Monte Burke


Quail-Buggy Time Machines

Wheel through time in these vintage Red Hills quail wagons


Twelve International Sporting Lodges

Whether you’re after fin or feather, find an experience you won’t get stateside at these retreats across the globe


Vermont Calling: A Summer Escape to Manchester

Tucked into cool mountain foothills, the sylvan city beckons with a break from Southern heat


Dennis Quaid’s Gospel Truth

Silver screen, small screen, even your music stream—the Houston native has them covered


Five Reasons the Florida Panhandle Is an Angler’s Dream

A longtime panhandle fisherman on why the region draws him back year after year


Reeling in Kentucky History

The foremost collector of the state’s vintage reels trolls auctions, meets, and antique stores for his quarry

Land & Conservation

Where Have All the Tarpon Gone?

There’s been a noticeable decline of the species in Florida Bay and the Keys. A look at why—and what we can do to reverse the trend

Arts & Culture

How an Alabama Farmer’s Secret Act of Charity Turned Contagious

Every month for a decade, Hody Childress quietly delivered cash to a local pharmacy for those in need. In the wake of his death, strangers have picked up the tab


Fishing for Change

Acclaimed anglers and conservationists Andy Mill and Paul Dixon honored by the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust

Hurricane Ian

A Frantic Race to Survive the Surge of Ian

What happens when you pack up all your valuables to flee a hurricane—and instead drive straight into the eye of the storm? One man’s harrowing account


From Rock Bottom to Key West Fishing Phenom

Many consider permit to be the pinnacle of fly fishing. But it took hitting a personal low before Nathaniel Linville could truly begin his quest to become one of the best permit fishermen alive


Return of the Native Brook Trout

On the back of a determined West Virginian—and private landowners and government agencies
alike—the vaunted and cherished brook trout just might be making a miracle comeback


A New Fly Rod Worth Wanting

The latest from Orvis, the Helios 3 Blackout, makes the right kind of waves


The Lone Star State’s Latest Football Phenom

In a state that produces the nation’s most elite high school quarterbacks, all eyes in Texas have been on Quinn Ewers. But the player with the trademark blond mullet and the rocket-launcher arm seems to be one of the few not buying into the hype

Sporting Scene

Rich Smoker’s Dazzling Decoys

How an ace Eastern Shore wood-carver crafts his acclaimed birds


On the Hunt for Old-Florida Tarpon

Nobody fishes quite like the guide David Mangum

College Football

The Nick Saban Dynasty

A lifelong Alabama fan and Saban biographer on meaning of the coach’s seventh college football national championship

Arts & Culture

In Memoriam: Winston Groom

Remembering the author of Forrest Gump and many other books and longtime G&G contributor

G&G Interview

Ethan Hawke Takes on a Southern Firebrand

Catching up with the Texas native and four-time Oscar nominee, who portrays abolitionist John Brown in a new miniseries


The New Top Dog at Orvis

Simon Perkins, now the third generation to head the family-run company, on his guiding background, expanding participation in the outdoors, and why he never misses a yearly fishing trip to Florida