LEARNING TO LISTEN | Fred Campbell
Despite the sun never going down, summer sleep comes easy in Thaidene Nene,
“Land of the Ancestors.” The Dene Nation who live at 62-degrees North, on the
banks of Great Slave Lake, share their vast, powerful place with Hooke’s Fred
LEGEND OF THE MARGAREE | Tim Myers
On Cape Breton Island, on Canada’s east coast, even mainland Nova Scotians are
“come-from-aways.” But that doesn’t mean the locals won’t show you to the best
pools. Just follow that dog.
QUEST OF HONOUR | Bob Covey“Not many people want to book a trip to New Mexico go chase six-inch Gila
trout.” Joe Krzykwa does. His mission of passion, to catch new species on flies
he’s tied himself, would take a lifetime of dedication to log and record. And it has.
GET JACKED | Tim Harden
A species once snubbed, jacks are making a comeback. Just ask destination fly
fishing guide, Jako Lukas, who plunked down in Texas not to fish the famed
redfish flats, but to go jack-wild for jack crevalle.
PROFILES | John F. Turner
A lifelong river guide, dude rancher, wildlife biologist and conservative
conservationist, Turner was appointed as Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service by President George H.W. Bush in 1989.
Plus, so much more!