Matthew Dickerson, Thanksgiving 2018. As you might guess from the title, this essay is not about trout or rivers. Indeed, though J.R.R.Tolkien’s Middle-earth stories occasionally mention fish or fishing–mostly in […]
Matthew Dickerson‘s new book A Tale of Three Rivers: Of Wooly Buggers, Bowling Balls, Cigarette Butts, and the Future of Appalachian Brook Trout is now available. Continuing in his HeartStreams […]
Editors Note: This series of newspaper stories from the Addison Independent was awarded First Place in the NENPA (New England Newspaper and Press Awards) for best sports column of 2017 […]
“Cutthroat in the Wild: a Love Story” is Part 1 of a series on “Wyoming’s Wild and Native Cutthroat”. This video, along with the rest of the series, features footage […]
Tom Sadler, Executive Director of the Outdoor Writers Association of America and a founder of the Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture has just published a very kind and glowing review […]
Matthew Dickerson’s recent interview on Vermont Public Radio. Click here to listen to it. (About six minutes.)
Here’s a new review of Downstream in the Augustana Mirror.
David O’Hara was interviewed this week by Peter Harriman of the Sioux Falls Argus Leader. Harriman is no stranger to angling for trout, and he’s a good interviewer. You can […]
Karl Gehrke interviews David O’Hara about Downstream on South Dakota Public Radio. Click here to listen.
If you’d like to learn more about the book and its authors, or if you’d like to review the book, follow this link: Downstream PressKit