The March Issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors is LiveTravis Hall01 Mar 17Go OutsideMarch 20170 Comments QUICK HITS Santa Run record • Thru-hikers help Gatlinburg fire victims • 77-year-old runs 149 miles THE DIRT Revisiting the B-52 crash site of Maryland’s nuclear moment FLASHPOINT Drones can be disruptive and dangerous, but scientists and search and rescue teams are also using them to protect forests and save lives. THE GOODS Pro angler Damon Bungard shares his favorite fly fishing gear. TRAIL MIX New albums from Son Volt, Drew Holcomb, and Dead Man Winter FLY FEMALES Meet six women who are rocking the boat and revolutionizing the sport. WORST-CASE SCENARIO Lost? Broken bone? Bear attack? With the help of four of the region’s top outdoor experts, our 2017 Survival Guide will prepare you for any adventure disaster. RUNNING MAN North Carolina’s Charlie Engle has overcome drug addiction and prison to become a record-breaking ultra runner. He reveals the secrets to his comeback in a new memoir and a candid interview with BRO. WHAT DOESN’T KILL US Can extreme cold conditioning make you stronger? Scott Carney thinks so—and he has the frigid first hand experiences and scientific research to back it up. CHRONIC LYME NEARLY TOOK MY LIFE A BRO contributor shares her struggles with Lyme and gives 5 tips for Lyme Disease prevention. THE WAR ON WOLVES Accompanying House and Senate bills would strip wolves of federal protection.