Some dogs never like to come inside, and others will drive you nutty by always wanting out, then in, then out again, and so on. Here’s a great video about a dog who is a real homebody and isn’t shy about it at all. He’s “indoorsy.” And he’s awfully handsome.
I stumbled on this wonderful pheasant-hunting video today. I don’t know anything about it, but I watched it twice in a row it’s so good. Enjoy! Only a few more months until bird season!
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For better or worse, videos are the way many of us learn these days. Of course, there are plenty of fly-fishing videos on YouTube, but they are of uneven quality and may not be reliable tools for learning. Now there’s something better.
The new interactive Orvis Learning Center is a video-based resource that’s free to anyone and available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, to answer your fly-fishing questions.
The meat of the Learning Center is the video lessons. Eventually, there will be 13 different chapters available (the first 7 are up now), each containing about 24 minutes of video, and the chapters include: . . .
of owners who share some of the dog’s traits.
Dog lovers have long argued that aggression in dogs is almost always the owner’s fault, whether the cause is poor breeding, improper training, or even promotion of aggressive behavior. A new study from the UK suggests that the connection between. . .
Welcome to another edition of the OrvisNews.com Friday Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing footage available. This week’s collection is pretty dang salty, with great fly-fishing action of giant-trevally, tarpon, bonefish, and permit anglers. The trevally scenes will blow your mind because of the way the fish seem to explode on the fly, often right at the angler’s feet. Those who prefer their bones golden will find. . .