A celebration of steelhead fishing, and floating, on the Grande Ronde River by Mark Lance.
Pat Hoglund chronicles his 10 days in Russia swinging flies for the hottest steelhead in Asia.
The King of Cane: Bob Clay is a master craftsman who makes heirloom quality Spey rods.
Trey Combs’ SteelFlash flies were borne out of necessity and have become a staple in steelheader’s fly boxes.
Chris George’s Magnus Opus-sum
An Ren Tan’s Blue Minion
Matt Paluch’s Philoplume
April Vokey’s Tube Stacker
Jay Nicholas writes about Micro Intruder steelhead patterns, how to fish them, and how to tie them.
Switch Rods: Sometimes short, powerful rods that do double duty are a much needed arrow in your quiver of fly rods.
Running Lines: Not all are created equal, and each one has a time and a place for your style of fishing.
Multidensity Fly Lines: Like all things fly lines continue to evolve and multidensity fly lines are the latest trend in the two-handed world.
After a steady diet of intruders, it’s smart to fool steelhead with a change-up. In this case it’s a classic steelhead pattern.
British Columbia: Sustut River
Washington: OP’s Hoh River
British Columbia: Kalum River
BC: Morice River, Stamp River, Thompson River, Copper River
AK: Karluk River, Sandy River
WA: Skagit River
OR: Lower Deschutes River
CAL: Garcia River
ID: Snake River
Confessions of a steelhead bum.