Outdoors

Outdoors

Yellowstone National Park is one big fly zone for fishermen

Though park can get crowded, good fishing is seldom far away

Park features more than 1,000 rivers, creeks and lakes

Outdoors

Little fish are a big lure for this angler

Some fishermen strive to catch the biggest fish in the lake. Not James Anderson. He is quite content to go after the “mighty mites” of the fish world. He is a bluegill fisherman. And he takes his game seriously. In the spring, Anderson often is preoccupied with catching crappies at Wyandotte County Lake. But once summer arrives, he switches his focus to bluegills.

Outdoors

Marmot jacket perfect for any hiking trail

You don't necessarily think of a jacket as summertime gear, but when you run into bad weather on the hiking trail - particularly at altitude - you quickly discover how important it can be. The Marmot Red Star is a high-tech jacket that manages to be both waterproof and comfortable. Made with a three-layer NanoPro stretch fabric (a proprietary Marmot product), the Red Star keeps water out, even in the strongest downpours. After the storm, the Red Star's underarm vents will help if you start to overheat on the trail and help you dry out.

Videos

Fly fishing in Yellowstone

West Virginia fly fishermen travel west each year to chase trout at Yellowstone National Park.
Brent Frazee bfrazee@kcstar.com
Fly fishing in Yellowstone 2:40

Fly fishing in Yellowstone

A beginner's guide to camping 4:23

A beginner's guide to camping

Dogs trained to retrieve antlers shed in woods and fields 1:29

Dogs trained to retrieve antlers shed in woods and fields

Watch BoarBuster's feral hog trap drop 0:19

Watch BoarBuster's feral hog trap drop