Drake Magazine Back Issues 2017

Drake Magazine Back Issue Content: 2017

Spring – A Run of Luck, Kalamazoo Comeback, Permit in the Keys, Reckoning at Riverkeeper Lodge

Summer – Nelson’s Anew, Kamchatka Steelhead Retrospective, Meeting in the Thin Space, Yukon Pikeathon.

Fall – Uncertain Waters, Too Many Fish, Too Little Water, Steve Huff’s Retirement Party, Pike Language.

Winter – Debonair Dirtbag, Golden Bones, Unofficial Absaroka

Yellowstone River is in trouble near Paradise Valley.

Yellowstoned – Paradise Valley Trouble

THE YELLOWSTONE RIVER’S pristine headwaters are tucked into some of the most remote land in the Lower 48, draining roughly 70,000 square miles across Wyoming and Montana. These wild waters serve as a stronghold for native Yellowstone cutthroat, and, combined with Yellowstone Lake, make up the largest inland population of cutthroat in the world.

Utah’s Monument Problem

A public-lands debate at your doorstep IN THE SPRING OF 1996, President Bill Clinton created the 1.8-million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, encircling a swath of twisted canyon country in southern Utah. Using the Antiquities Act, he sidestepped Congress—as 16 presidents have done, creating 157 national monuments—and delivered the proclamation in a ceremony on the rim…