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American River California

American River California

by MIchael Wier 0

I grew up in the Sacramento area, and first started fishing the American River with my dad when I was… more »

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Playing God in the Great Lakes

by Karl Weixlmann 0

Removing a dam on the Catt is (possibly) a good idea First there were the alewives, plankton-feeding pelagic baitfish that migrated… more »

Guide Jeff Forsee and Fly Fisherman editor Ross Purnell with a 55-inch taimen from the Delger River.

The Beast from the Delger

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

[This is an short excerpt from the feature story “The One Path” in the Feb.Mar. 2017 issue of Fly Fisherman…. more »

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 Rio Grande Sea Run Brown Trout

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

There are many places in the world where the fishing isn’t nearly as good as it used to be. Most… more »

Fly Fishing Adventurer

Fly Fishing Adventurer

by Oliver White 0

Every failure is one step closer to success Guides in the Bahamas are genetically coded with an internal GPS—I have… more »

Fly Fishing Iceland

Fly Fishing Iceland

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Mythical creatures that actually do exist in Iceland Oli and I stood on the cliff top and scanned the beryl… more »

Farquhar Atoll

Farquhar Atoll

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

The bird hatch of Farquhar Atoll (and other fly-fishing anomalies) Goulette is the creole word for “tern,” and it’s also a… more »

Sacramento River California

Sacramento River California

by Fly Fisherman 0

Mark Twain famously said “Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting over.” After several years of drought, his words… more »

The FlyCastaway lodge at Farquhar Atoll, April 2016

Cyclone Fantala Lays Waste to Fly-Fishing Paradise

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

When I wrote the final words of my story “Freaky Farquhar,” (coming July 1 in FLY FISHERMAN magazine) I felt I… more »

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Desert Oasis

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Texas is hot, dry, and inhospitable for most outdoorsmen—unless of course you’re floating or knee deep in a desert oasis like the… more »

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