Field & Stream Spring 2015 Issue

Field & Stream Spring 2015 Issue
Field & Stream Spring 2015 Issue
Field & Stream
Field & Stream

New York, NY – -( The spring fishing issue of Field & Stream is on newsstands and the iPad now.

Catch a Trophy This Weekend: You know it’s there, in your lake or stream: The wall hanger. It’s the biggest, oldest and smartest fish in the water. No one has ever caught it. All that is about to change. Field & Stream presents the Monster Manifesto: how to catch the fish of your lifetime in 48 hours. Page 51

The Wild Chef: Whole Grilled Rainbow Trout: Cook your catch into a delicious plate of fish, potatoes, spring onion crema, and – oh yeah – bacon. All those flavors gathered onto a forkful mean you’re seconds away from grinning. Pro tip: don’t forget to leave the trout skin on. Page 24

Crash Course: Four days in a Far North pike paradise yields nearly 1,000 fish—and an in-your-face education on what works and what doesn’t. Here are eight critical lessons about scoring more and bigger northerns wherever you fish. Page 66

So You Think You’re Tough? Do you welcome the most grueling tasks? Can you suffer pain without whining? Do you get the job done in the end? Then maybe, just maybe, you’re as rugged as these hunters. Field & Stream’s Rifles editor tells of the toughest hunters he’s ever known. Page 63

A SHOT Show Diary: Phil Bourjaily gives a minute-by-minute account of what he saw (whether he wanted to or not) at the legendary Las Vegas gun trade show. Page 16

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