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  • Trout Talk

    Truck-makers: Do we have a deal for you

    TROUT magazine offers one auto company a free ad about fixing a river, not destroying it I’ve seen the ads.  People have been sending them to me. It’s like a bad dream that keeps repeating itself: Trucks and SUV’s plowing through rivers… which destroys rivers… somehow connected to fishing, like that’s all part of the…

  • TROUT Magazine

    Behind the Cover with Al Quattrocchi

    Editor’s note: Shortly after the delivery of every print version of TROUT Magazine, the photographer or artist who crafted the cover photo or illustration shares the story of how the art came to be. This quarter we sit down with Al Quattrocchi, who has deep roots in fly fishing but even deeper roots in commercial…

  • TROUT Magazine

    What’s your favorite TROUT magazine cover from the past 10 years?

    As we approached my 40th cover TROUT, I asked the editors which covers they liked best, and they came up with these.

    Our team at TROUT magazine likes to think that people can judge a magazine by its cover … at least in part. The cover image sets the tone for everything that follows, so we put a lot of collective thought into our choices. Sometimes we want to provoke you. Sometimes we want to cause you…

  • TROUT Magazine Featured

    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…

  • 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…