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Interesting People: Meet Hilary Hutcheson

"First, commit to protecting the resource and look at the ways you can do that. I think that should be the first step before you even pass go." [...]

June 8, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Chica De Mayo: The largest women’s fly fishing event in the world!

In the late 1990s, women were about 2% of the sports fishing population. Today, women are 25% of the sports fishing community, and even greater in fly fishing [...]

April 24, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Court lifts block on Montana Yellowstone dam in endangered fish dispute

A $59 million dam on Montana’s Yellowstone River could doom an endangered ancient fish species. [...]

April 6, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Book Review: Thomas McGuane’s Cloudbursts

He started to leave, but after a moment he turned around and looked me square in the eyes and said, “I couldn’t live like that.” I’ve never forgotten it. - McGuane [...]

March 12, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Industry News: Cast a Winston – Win a Winston 

R. L. Winston Fly Rod Company has been crafting fine rods since 1933. They built their reputation in the trout world before forging successfully into saltwater realms. [...]

February 26, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Industry News: AFFTA’s new Marine Resources Program

The American Fly Fishing Trade Association is leading the establishment of a new program focused on the sustainability, conservation and access to U.S. saltwater fisheries. [...]

December 22, 2017 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Industry News: The new Tom Morgan Rodsmiths

Tom had never built a rod when he purchased R.L. Winston in 1973, but over the course of 45 years, he became an icon in the fly fishing industry. [...]

December 21, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

The seemingly magical properties of Zelon

Zelon’s potential has been realized as wings and nymph case shucks on tiny trout flies and has found a myriad of other uses as well. [...]

December 14, 2017 RECENT, Slide

EPA’s Pruitt promotes more mining pollution

The first step in the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process is scoping. Scoping is the initial process of determining what issues should be studied in the EIS. [...]

November 8, 2017 RECENT, Slide

A guides tale, fly fishing with Jim Harrison

Harrison was often compared to Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner, and characterized as a writer of “hyper-masculine” texts, though this was a label he personally deplored. [...]

October 10, 2017 RECENT, Slide