The fifth annual edition of FISH has hit the stands. In it, you'll learn how guides and clients cope with the challenge of FUDR's One Bug contest, share the experience of someone who just learned to fish—at 70 years old—discover the secret ingredient in the soups Agnes Van Put (turning 100 this year) concocts annually for the Catskill Fly Fishing Museum's season opener celebration, browse a photo essay on our own beautiful backyard, learn about Terry Shultz's experiences in foreign waters and more.
Some fish are very adaptable and will live almost anywhere there is sufficient oxygen in the water and food to eat. Some, like the Death Valley pupfish, are extremely restricted, found only in small remnants, less than an acre in size, of their prehistoric domain. In our region, we enjoy plentiful habitat for selective fish species like trout who rely on cold, clean water to thrive. Read more
All about fishing on the Upper Delaware and its tailwaters and tributaries, and all the aquatic denizens who share the waters and keep them healthy and livable for the fish. “Friends of Fish” is the theme of FISH 2014, the third annual issue. Read more
I spend more time on the water observing than I do fishing. As primarily a dry fly fisherman, my pulse quickens only when I see rising fish and hatching insects. While waiting for their cooperation, I often explore other life in the aquatic environment. Read more
The Upper Delaware River and its tributaries are a prime, world-famous fishing destination visited every year by recreational fishermen from near and far. Fly fishers especially are drawn to the region's cold, clear waters that provide the ideal habitat for trout. Read more
The Upper Delaware River is world-famous fishing destination, visited every year by recreational fishermen of all kinds. Read more