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Table of Contents for July/August 2016 Issue


Here’s the Catch

written by Mike Zlotnicki | photographed by Melissa McGaw
A new twist on the old-fashioned art of jug fishing is making this easy way to catch a mess of catfish even more popular.


Hunting for an Answer

written by Chet Clark | illustrated by Tim Lee
One man searches to understand, and explain, his calling to the wild.


Bluefin Tuna: The Superlative fish

written by Todd Pusser
This unique, powerful fish is also among the ocean’s most endangered.


An Outdoorsman’s Guide to Knives

written by Marty Shaffner | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Everyone needs a knife, particularly a sharp one, but pick¬ing out the right one isn’t so simple. We’re here to help.


Meet the Often Misunderstood Red Velvet Wasp

written by Quent Lupton | illustrated by Amy Friend
The red velvet wasp is fairly well known, commonly recognized and very, very misunderstood.


This Lady is no Dainty

written by Mike Marsh
Dancing with a ladyfish can be like wrestling a pint-sized tarpon on light tackle.


This Month's Sample Article


Here's the Catch (PDF)

written by Mike Zlotnicki | photographed by Melissa McGaw

A new twist on the old-fashioned art of jug fishing is making this easy way to catch a mess of catfish even more popular.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coming in the next issue

Tribal Tradition

A new catch-and-release program along the Oconaluftee and Raven’s Fork rivers has helped turn the waters of Cherokee into a fly-fishing destination.

The Prize

Wildlife Resources Commission converts a historic Voice of America property east of Greenville into a 2,882-acre game land to help protect a rare population of Henslow’s sparrows.


Turning Misses into Hits

Even the best deer hunters have room for improvement. A few share lessons they have learned over the years from ones that got away.