Current Issue: Summer 2015
Uncovering the mysteries of the deep, Sandpoint Magazine reveals the secret lives of fishes in our waters – from the mighty Gerrard Kamloops rainbow trout to the bizarre-looking burbot. Read about kokanee and other famous fish of Lake Pend Oreille, sturgeon and burbot hanging in the balance in Kootenai River, and warmwater imports, not to mention excellent essays on furred and feathered fishers and crick fishing.
Also in this issue: world photography by Alan Barber … sculptor Mark Kubiak’s open-air museum … diary of 1887 New York sportsmen on expedition to Priest Lake … Bonner General Health’s expansion … Bonners Ferry, a town in transformation … an interview with Cold War spy Leonard LeSchack … a sensational Summer Nights photo essay… sunset hikes … and more. Hooray for summer!
Plus …WIN A FLY!!! Flyfisherman Bill Love, author of “Crick Fishing,” has provided 10 of his hand-tied flies to be given away. Want to win a hand-tied fly that Bill swears works on our local creeks? Click here to enter»Check it out! »