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  1. Sportscaster, outdoorsman Curt Gowdy dies

    Howard Ulman

    Curt Gowdy, one of the signature voices of sports for a generation and a longtime broadcaster for the Boston Red Sox, died Monday at 86.

    Story | Conversation | February 20, 2006
  2. Hunting with "Bear"

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    With ESPN's "The Junction Boys" airing this Saturday, December 14, Gowdy looks back on his friendship with Paul "Bear" Bryant

    Story | Conversation | December 13, 2002
  3. 'Fly Fishing the Henry's Fork'

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    A new book has emerged that will endure as a standard for all trout-fishing chronicles that aspire to be definitive.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2002
  4. Taming Cody's Monster

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    An early chill turns on the late-season fishing in Wyoming and leaves warm memories for father and son.

    Story | Conversation | November 19, 2002
  5. Following the heart

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    Casting dry flies to Idaho trout water, one young man was deciding whether he liked training quarter horses better than setting up a flyfishing operation in the Rockies

    Story | Conversation | November 05, 2002
  6. Legend of the Great White

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    Curt Gowdy, shark, great white, Jaws

    Story | Conversation | July 23, 2002
  7. My friend, Ted Williams

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    My friend Ted Williams is gone now, and piece of me has gone with him. During the 14 years I called the Red Sox games, we became good friends and fishing companions. He made great demands on himself — in the field and on the water. When he &#151...

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2002
  8. Passing the torch

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    What happens on the river will be told to others, but what is shared can only be reflected unspoken by our mutual memories. Each of us has his take on those times, of course. But these meetings hold us close. We keep meeting at the best places, ...

    Story | Conversation | June 13, 2002
  9. A mother's lessons

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    Without [my mother] providing me with forward movement, I am not sure that this luckiest of men would have been so lucky. The place is my native Wyoming. It's early May and the rivers and streams have just broken free and begun their migrations ...

    Story | Conversation | May 06, 2002
  10. A.J. McClane remembered

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    He was fishing's Renaissance man, his talent flashing like a muskie spoon. He walked past the boundaries of fishing, a leader into the unknown, inventing as he went. Writer, fly-tier, artist, photographer, explorer — no one in angling history wa...

    Story | Conversation | March 25, 2002
  11. The American Sportsman may live again

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    When I heard recently that the folks at ESPN were considering the return of The American Sportsman series to television, I started remembering how the old version began in the 1960s. Back then, a handful at ABC had nothing but an idea. There were no ...

    Story | Conversation | February 05, 2002
  12. Bing & Phil

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    They were the original song and dance men of the outdoors: one a movie personality, raconteur and legendary imbiber; the other a master crooner, Academy Award-winning actor with a wit drier than Death Valley. Each an original, each made in America. ...

    Story | Conversation | December 12, 2001
  13. Bing & Phil

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    They were the original song and dance men of the outdoors: one a movie personality, raconteur and legendary imbiber; the other a master crooner, Academy Award-winning actor with a wit drier than Death Valley. Each an original, each made in America. ...

    Story | Conversation | December 12, 2001
  14. Yaz's comeback catch

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    It was October of 1975. Carl Yastrzemski sat 500 feet above the Atlantic, brooding in the silent aftermath of Boston's heartbreaking loss to Cincinnati in the World Series. As usual, Yaz had done his part: hitting .310 with 7 runs scored and 4 RBIs. ...

    Story | Conversation | November 01, 2001
  15. Field sport & friendship

    Curt Gowdy and Pat Smith

    Every day I am recognized — on the streets of cities and small towns, in airports, restaurants and shops. Wherever I go strangers approach, asking for my autograph, and while I sign they recall a television event of which I was a part. Seldom, h...

    Story | Conversation | September 24, 2001
  16. Oriole vs. woodcock (continued)

    In a line of four, perhaps 40 feet apart, Brooks, Basil, Bud and yours truly moved slowly into the low-lying cover. The sun was coming low through the trees and the ground was moist and pliant underfoot. The dogs worked beautifully, staying always wi...

    Story | Conversation | August 30, 2001