New York Diaries 1. Blue In The Face

I arrived in New York City three days ago. I can see the Manhattan skyline from the window of my apartment in Red Hook. Two blocks from the water, with a perfect view of NY harbor towards the southeast. My room smell like fish. More accurately, it reeks. In a bad way. I’m here for […]

Tom’s Net – Dean Riphagen on the Henry’s Fork

Here is a piece written by Dean Riphagen on the Henry’s Fork that was published on Tom Sutcliffe’s website. FISHING THE HENRY’S FORK – IS THIS ‘THE FINAL EXAM’ IN FLY FISHING MASTERCLASS? OR WHAT’S IT REALLY LIKE TO FISH THE FABLED ‘FORK’? Text by Dean Riphagen. Pictures Dean Riphagen and Rowan Nairn   Rowan Nairn […]

The Trout of Wind River Canyon

Photo essay by Jim Klug (www.klugphotos.com) While Wyoming’s Wind River country rivers are by no means new or undiscovered, what is new is that long-time guide and outfitter Darren Calhoun has opened a lodge on the banks of the Wind River in the middle of the Canyon (a place we feel is the most exciting […]

Redtube – Porn is Good

If there was one fish and fishery I wish we had here in SA, or that I at least had access to more, it would be shallow water Redfish on fly… Ever since I first saw a picture of a Redfish, in an old Abu Garcia advert in an old BASSMASTER magazine when I was […]

Turning Points North

I’ve always been fascinated by pike and would love to catch the various members of the family Esocidae; looking forward to this high quality movie about the pike in northern America; many thanks for this RA Beattie.