I think most of you know that Angler’s Tonic and Fly Rod & Reel aren’t my only gigs. In fact, I write for many publications, a few being the New York Times, Sporting Goods Business and, recently, the Boone and Crocket Club. But one of my longest standing relationships has been with Big Sky Journal, a beautiful, glossy regional that finds its way into Montana’s finest homes. And it gets most of the state’s best writers to contribute. Whether I belong in that group is your decision but I wanted to let you know that the Arts issue is on the newsstands now and it’s a good one. My father, the artist Fred Thomas, illustrates my articles and we teamed up again on this one. You can check out his original brown trout with a good ol’ Purple Haze in its maw and read my story on three standard summer patterns for Montana. Let me know what you think and tell me if you would have included a different top-three. —GT
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