Roadless Road Trips
A good backcountry trip doesn’t have to be in a Wilderness Area or a National Park. Embrace the Roadless Area.
By Geoff Mueller and Will Rice
No Pasa Nada
As the forbidden fruit of Cuba inches ever closer to accessibility, we hear a tale of tarpon-chasing off its southern coast.
By Matt Hansen
My Rod Collection
Every fly rod has a story. And the stories often outlive the rods.
By Michael Chechio
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From N.C., the U.P., and Down Under
Autumn light is the best light.
Yellowstone brown trout; bonefish research in Florida Bay; recovering a salmon river on Alaska’s Tongass; Bob Quigley; another leg of the Clyde world tour; seals vs stripers; and more.
Montana’s Missouri River is one of the state’s greatest tailwaters. But the real fun comes in Craig.
By Bruce Smithhammer
Lake trout love; flyfishing and funerals; barter in the flyfishing world; defining “dude;” life on a shoestring; stripers at night; and one really great guide shirt.
Chasing singles in North Carolina.
The joy—and suffering—of doing it yourself in The Bahamas.
Claassenia sabulosa: The most overlooked stonefly in the West.
Fairfield County, Connecticut.
By Logan Hankins
Remembering Harry LeMire.
By Trey Combs
Who knew Atlanta had backcountry brookies?
By Zach Matthews
Southern Mexico’s Costa de Cocos lodge.