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August 10, 1959 | Roderick L. Haig-Brown
In the heat of summer, a visitor recalls his spiritual pilgrimage to a great river
December 12, 1966 | Robert Cantwell
The old O. & W. railroad is no more, but its now-silent roadbed beckons to hikers as it meanders through lovely country, running along such streams as the Beaverkill and the Neversink
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...
March 14, 1988 | Robert F. Jones
Who was the father of modern American fly-fishing? Most anglers would say, without pause, Theodore Gordon. Oh, a few might plump for George LaBranche, whose 1914 book The Dry Fly and Fast Water cocked a refreshingly...
April 16, 1990 | Robert H. Boyle
A tad over five feet tall and weighing only 95 pounds, Theodore Gordon hardly seemed to have the makings of a sporting giant. Born into a family of means in Pittsburgh in 1854, he lived for a while in Savannah, where...