Column by Editor-In-Chief William Sisson.
When it comes to fishing, experience and instinct override the basic rules of angling to deliver a magical moment.
Bill Sisson reflects on his time as the founding editor of Anglers Journal as he steps into a new role.
Finding harmony and fishing success by relying on your senses and turning off your phone.
As the author and angler Frank Woolner once wrote: “The first striped bass of a fresh new season is a mightily important fish.”
Larry Maderia and Joe Manette caught up with the writer beside a tidal river they fished together more than 50 years ago.
Although he took his life 60 years ago, Ernest Hemingway refuses to disappear. His spare, lean prose and a new documentary on PBS have put him back in the conversation.
You feel the end of the season acutely on the outer islands and headlands and beneath the bluffs.