On Sunday, while Southern California's wildland firefighters dug line on the 10,000-acre Maria Fire and residents returned to their homes following mandatory evacuations, President Trump exercised...
Patagonia's latest film explores the troubling takeover of fish bred by man
A few hours after I bought a 1995 Ford E-350 Econoline van for $2,000 in the fall of 2017, the ABS light lit up on the dashboard. That night, I had my first vanlife-stress dream.
At the end of his 50-minute, flyover-filled Fourth of July speech on Thursday, President Donald Trump offered a thank you to the National Park Service. He owed them one.
In 2005, Gordon Hempton placed a small stone on a log in the Hoh Rainforest of Washington's Olympic National Park, one of the quietest places in the world. He dubbed his miniature cairn One Square...
The Big Apple has quietly become a prime model for urban fishing culture—really.
Feeling stunted, Jen Ripple started looking for fly-fishing magazines aimed at women. There weren't any. So, without any other media experience, she started her own: DUN magazine.
A group of scientists are trying to prevent coral reefs from going extinct.
The real savior of modern fly-fishing is "Lefty" Bernard Kreh, whose books, videos, and articles on casting, tying knots, and catching fish were the first real introductions to the sport for many of...