It is the sound of moving water, the pull of current on your legs, a Hendrickson hatch and a river of big browns. A fat largemouth in a farm pond or a native brookie in a wild river, sweet-water fishing runs through our lives.
A series of coincidences on life's river of fate.
Two men keep the old ways alive in Finland by stalking fish by firelight with a spear
A drift trip on the Au Sable River connect a mother and daughter to the rhythm of the changing season
An artist, furniture maker, fossil collector and more, Paul Gentry is a bona fide original with an eye for fish
A father and son continue their tradition of old-school fishing on Newboro Lake in Ontario
Largemouth bass look like full-blown eating machines, but they are, in reality, discerning predators
The sentimental value of my creel was worth far more than the $22 I sold it for