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The Art of Fishing with the Wet Fly
On eastern streams and on the wilder waters of the West, Angler James Leisenring, who died in 1951, was known as a master of wet-fly fishing. In this issue, Leisenring's old friend and companion angler, Vernon Hidy, in collaboration with Champion Fly Caster Johnny Dieckman and Artist Anthony Ravielli, begins a three-part series on Leisenring's trout-tested techniques based on many lessons learned from him at streamside
THE BEST VACATION TROUT FISHING
Nevertheless, the best fly fishing in America is in progress right now in a magic 100-mile circle of the Yellowstone National Park area. There, in lovely rivers like ...
FISHING FOR TROUT THE FRENCH WAY
There is trout fishing with a fly rod, and there is trout fishing with a spinning rod. Then there is trout fishing the French way, which is a more ...
WHERE THE TROUT SLEEP LATE IN THE MORNING
When the first snows of autumn hit the Teton valley and the fly rods are stored away, Alma begins to fidget. He hunts some and visits a few of his fishing friends ...
The trout stream and the earthquake
For two years fly-fishermen have been worrying about what the big quake of '59 did to the Madison River. Here is the answer:
By April's end the waters of 34 states will be formally open to trout fishing, and laggards soon will follow as spring finds its way to snowbound high country.
FATHER OF FLY-FISHING? PHOOEY!
Who was the father of modern American fly-fishing? Most anglers would say, without pause, Theodore Gordon. Oh, a few might plump for ...
A Rare Find: GORDON'S FLY BOX
On these pages are exclusive views of the only fly box known to exist that belonged to Theodore Gordon, who originated dry-fly fishing in America; and other unique and historic memorabilia
IN PENNSYLVANIA: Penn's Creek
For 40 miles of its course through the eroded ramparts of the Appalachians, a rare and fertile limestone stream offers varied opportunities to trout fishermen
I KNOW FLY-FISHING'S DREAM STREAM, AND I'LL EVEN TELL YOU WHERE IT IS
Doug called on a Friday afternoon to propose a three-day trip to The Creek. "I realize it's short notice," he said, "but I was sure I was going to ...