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  • TROUT Magazine

    Fish and fire in the West

    In June 2013, researcher and fisheries biologist Ashley Rust and her family were at their family cabin near Creede, Colo., when an afternoon rainstorm—a frequent occurrence in the San Juans at that time of year—worked through the area.  The system brought little in the way of rain but contained lightning all the same, andover the…

  • Trout Talk

    Stay tuned for TROUT cover poster

    People ask me all the time what I like most about being editor of TROUT magazine. I love working with so many great writers and photographers. But if I had to single one thing out, it would be picking covers.  My favorite cover is the one we did this spring with artist Alana Louise Lyons. We…

  • 20 Questions

    20 Questions: Heidi Lewis

    Heidi Lewis. Jenny O'Brien photo. Editor’s note: Every so often, we’ll put movers and shakers in the fly-fishing world on the spot with our version of the Proust profile questionnaire. We’ve asked our subjects to be brutally honest and as forthright as they choose as they answer questions that might make them think, reminisce and look forward in their…

  • From the President

    Mayflies making a difference

    Helping foster kids find a home on the water

    My friend, Billy, visited Middlebury College in Vermont, when we were seniors at St. Peters in Jersey City. I will never forget his reaction when he returned. “Cows! Chris, there are cows. Cows everywhere!” For a 17-year-old kid from North Bergen, N.J., cows were as foreign as trout are familiar to a fly-angler. Billy ended…