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"Return to Riverton"

William Porter stared out the window as the Greyhound...

Photo Essay: Yellowstone Region Rivers in January

"Rita's Revenge"

Charlie O’Dowd was in mid swing when the silver Lexus...

"Samuel Cole"

Born in Manchester, New Hampshire, Samuel Cole moved with...

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"Guidespeak"

“Hi, I’m Nick, and I will be your fishing guide today. You guys ready to get out on the water or what?!” By now...

"Wrecking Beauty"

I’m not sure anyone can call a deer-hair bass bug—all bright colors, boogly eyes and dangly rubber legs—a work of...

"Some Days Are Easier Than Others"

Henry Croucher pulled his square-stern Grumman onto the shore of Little Moose Lake. The boat’s aluminum hull...

"Crazy for the Bug"

My Toyota Tacoma rattled down the gravel road — a century-old railroad grade that saw its last locomotives decades...

"I Can See Clearly Now"

For most of my fish-addled life, a winter trip to Florida was a sanity-saving jump into summer for a week or so.  I...

Sequel to "A River Runs Through It" Is Coming to Theaters

For a quarter century, the film industry has roiled with rumors about a sequel to the 1992 hit A River Runs Through It...

"Catch and Release"

Living in western Maine, no one thought it odd that George Garrison would name his child after Carrie Steven’s...

"Going Small and Going Crazy"

It’s easy to find the true wingnuts in the world of dry fly fishing.  They’re the anglers with worn, chafed spots...