Written by: Kip Vieth, Wildwood Float Trips
Truman Vieth poses with his very first redfish, as Capt. Lucas Bissett smiles proudly.
Photos courtesy Kip Vieth
One of the things that I love most in my life is the Mississippi River. I live on the banks of the Mississippi in Minnesota, not all that far from its source, Lake Itasca. The river is where I call . . .
Written by: Josh Diller
A nice wild brown trout I was able to land during my trip back to my home waters of Pennsylvania.
Photos by Josh Diller
Although I now live and guide in Colorado, I’m originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and this year I spent the holidays with family and friends back East. For some people, such a trip might mean . . .
Written by: Drew Ross, Looknfishy
The grogeous browns that the river is famous for were more than willing to eat flies.
Photos by Drew Ross
Getting to fish with friends isn’t something I get to do very often, primarily because I fish during the week while most responsible people are at work. But just before Thanksgiving, a buddy called . . .
Written by: Toby Swank, Fins & Feathers Fly Shop
Young Matthew put in the time, under tough conditions, and saw his effort pay off in a big way.
Photos by Toby Swank
It’s day three, and the wind is blowing 20 out of the north–down from 30 to 40 the last two days. The water is dirty, stirred-up by the steady gale deviating from the prevailing norm. The sun is to my . . .
Bill Tapply fishes one of his beloved Montana spring creeks.
Photo via williamgtapply.com
Back when we were just starting out as trout fishermen and couldn’t get enough of it, Art Currier and I would pick the first likely weekend in late March or early April to break our winter famine. We’d . . .
Albie School student Morgan Shulda (center) shares his albie with Capt. Aron Cascone (left) and Cynthia Harkness.
Photos by Tom Rosenbauer
I’ve had a long history with a fish called the little tunny or false albacore. Younger New England fly fishers are amazed that, when I started fly-fishing in salt water in the late 1970s, we did not . . .
Written by: William G. Tapply
Chasing saltwater species off the coast of Massachusetts was one of Bill Tapply’s passions.
Photo courtesy Vicki Stiefel
When my father was a young man living and working in New England, he caught striped bass and weakfish (seatrout) on his bamboo fly rod, casting from a dory into the harbors and estuaries . . .
Written by: Len Harris, Jr.
This late-season brown was fooled with a Conehead Woolly Bugger in a non-typical lie. Photo by Len Harris, Jr.
Last year featured our first extended seasons in Wisconsin. Early season here opens on the first Saturday of January, and you can now fish through to the 15th of October. For many years, our . . .
Written by: Oliver Streuli, The International Hobbyist
The author shows off a brown trout that was average-size for the river.
Photos courtesy Oliver Streuli
Once again, the onus, enjoyable though it may be, was on me to plan my annual fishing trip with my friend, Mark. This year, we wanted a little wilderness along with our fishing, and northern . . .
Written by: Len Harris, Jr.
The fish in this hole could not be caught that day, but they provided a lasting memory nonetheless.Photo by Len Harris, Jr.
My friend, Rob Gooze, and I were way back in the middle of nowhere on the headwaters of one of my favorite streams, when we saw this perfect rock bluff. It was early spring, and the vegetation . . .