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April 12, 1971 | Robert H. Boyle
Salmon fishing, once the private sport of a handful of grand old ladies and gentlemen with their own water on the Restigouche, has become more proletarian in recent years. The grande dames and gentlemen remain, but...
April 05, 1971 | Coles Phinizy
Not if you're young Gil Drake, one off the world's most dedicated—and innovative—fishermen. He will fish for anything—and if bait or lure won't work, maybe a machete will
February 22, 1971 | Dan Levin
Off Florida's northwest coast lies a nightmare of an island, a place of darkness and danger. But to a fisherman St. Vincent can be a dream of an entirely different kind
January 04, 1971 | Thomas McGuane
Our time's uneasiness pervades even the quiet of the Golden Gate Club, where young men play at the fishing game and older men dream of lost wild streams
December 21, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
FADING ROSESNewspapers had fun with it, running deadpan headlines saying DANCER'S IMAGE WINS DERBY and letting the joke lie in the fact that the result came two years and seven months after the race had been run. But...