This is Fly Magazine’s Issue 58 goes globe trekking to showcase a dynamic gang of anglers, writers, musicians, artists and photographers. As always, the latest installment takes readers around the world to unique destinations in pursuit of world class fly fishing. This is Fly Magazine contributor Mark Murray breaks the code to the insanely difficult Gabon fishery when he hits The Beach. Tyler Graff heads to Montana all made possible by social media and a teenage Kid Guide who puts his skill set on full display. Stuart Davis and Hooké stare defeat in the eyes while filming their latest project, but persistence pays off searching for salmon Down To The Wire. Pat Pendergast takes readers on an action-packed trip to Patagonia and the Rio Pico in 36 Hours. Anna Ortega and Ben Kraushaar pursue wild Colorado cutthroat in Alpine Rises. Contributing author and photographer Derek Olthuis tells us how fiberglass has made it’s presence known over the last few years as a handful of passionate anglers have pledged their undying support for a slower action rod with advantages all its own in Glass Love. We are excited to showcase the artwork and skateboard photography of Brooks Fritz, the artist shares how Google earth works well to find swimming pools to skate in just like it works great to find new bodies of water to fly fish. Daniel Shepler discusses Michigan’s fabled rivers, storied past and how it’s rivers are still as good today in A Rich History. We sit down with Umpqua Signature Fly Designer Drew Chicone whose Contraband Crab took Best of Show for Saltwater Pattern at the 2016 IFTD Show in Orlando. Drew tells us about his love for baby tarpon and 6 patterns that are lethal for hooking these acrobatic beauties. Lastly, our featured photographer Kevin Dodge captures the beautiful, exciting – and at times dangerous – world that belongs to a vast collection of undersea creatures.
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