The author seeks out water likely to hold the largest fish in a stream. Photos courtesy Toby Halley You may catch fish in these stretches, but usually the big one is in a deep hole with lots of cover and a good current flowing into it. The most important thingsRead More →

On many of these small streams, there’s no room for a backcast because of all the brush and trees on the bank. That’s where the bow-and-arrow cast comes in handy. This time of year, many of us head for the high country, where streams remain cool in the dead ofRead More →