March 2019: Fly Fishing Revolutions

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Fly Revolution
Anglers are adapting fly techniques to pursue warmwater fish. Nick Carter highlights eight hotspots for warmwater fly fishing.

‘Always Cheat, Always Win’
Search and Rescue leader Andrew Herrington throws his students into icy creeks and teaches them how to save themselves. Ellen Kanzinger signed up for his weekend survival course.

Alternate A.T.
Looking for a different kind of thru-hike? Try one of these eight long-distance trails in Southern Appalachia that offer equally stunning views without the crowds.

A Path Forward
The success of rails-to-trails highlights a shift across the region from industry to recreation. Here are eight rail-trails in the region connecting communities and revitalizing economies.

The Rivers We Love
Thanks to collaboration from a variety of groups, North Carolina may double the number of eligible Wild and Scenic Rivers this year.

Departments

Flashpoint
Climate change is happening here and now, in the mountains we call home.

Quick hits: Newswire
Favorite outdoor podcastsRunning addictStudy: Southerners love wildernessFirst KnightHow to live to 90 • Man donates 1,700 bikesBuild your own boat

The Goods
Champion anglers reveal their favorite fly fishing gear.

TRAIL MIX
Sonic bloom: 5 acts to catch in the Blue Ridge this spring.

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