Cali, a shepherd mix, died from a stomach rupture after eating Chinese-made chicken jerky treats, according to her owner Rachael Chambers.
photo via nbcbayarea.com
We’ve posted several times about the ongoing problems with Chinese-made jerky treats, which have made hundreds of dogs sick. (See here and here.) Now a California woman is claiming that three of her dogs fell ill after eating Milo’s Kitchen jerky treats and that one of them, a shepherd mix named Cali, died of a. . .
Mike Schmidt with a chunky, hopper-eating brown trout.
photo courtesy Mike Schmidt
For the last few years I have had to listen to Greg Senyo’s stories of wild, hopper-eating trout on his hosted trips in Wyoming. As the story goes, the fish require long casts, with long leaders, big foam bugs, and drag-free drifts. If you can put it all together, the big browns materialize from the undercut banks and current seams to come and. . .
Orvis product developer Tim Daughton shows off a fly-caught carp.
photo courtesy Tim Daughton
After a special introduction from my son who visited the studio this week, two self-described carp addicts talk all about carp fishing, from finding them to presentation tactics to tackle and flies. I interview my co-worker Tim Daughton, who is by far the most experienced carp fly fisherman on our staff–to put it more precisely he’s obsessed with carp fishing and will pass up trout fishing most times to chase carp. We’ve had lots of requests to do more podcasts on these very challenging fish, available to most people in urban and rural locations throughout the world. In the fly box, we ramble from how much to spend for a fly rod to when to replace a fly line to fishing in foul weather to a few steelhead tips. And a couple more.
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Owner Christos Papakosta, says goodbye to Wicca before they part ways.
photo courtesy CBC
On Tuesday, we posted about the case of Wicca, a dog who had been sentenced to die in Montreal for what seemed a relatively minor altercation with a stranger. Attempts to save the dog’s life failed, as she was. . .
Pete shows off an unusual Battenkill trophy that he noodled up during a fly-fishing school.
photo courtesy XXXXXXX
This remarkable photo showed up in my email yesterday, with the subject line “Battenkill.” At first I thought it was a joke, but it turned out to be legit. And when I asked for the real story, I got two, kind of different accounts describing. . .
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 has a real international flair, as you’ll be transported from Canada, to Argentina, to the South Pacific, and on to Japan. In this great nation, we’ve got entries from Colorado, Florida, Montana, and Idaho. As usual, there are plenty of little oddities and tidbits to watch out for, such as a lesson in. . .
Danelle Ballengee is rescued from a remote canyon, as Taz watches over her.
photo via Animal Planet
It seems like it’s “Hero Dog Week” here on OrvisNews.com, as these stories keep popping up. This one is almost six years old, but it’s worth retelling. It’s the amazing story of an adventure racer, Danelle Ballengee, who finds herself injured and stranded in a remote Utah canyon. Her only companion is her dog, Taz, who manages to . . .
It’s quiz time again, and I’m deputizing for Tom. Many of you thought that last week’s quiz was pretty easy, so perhaps you’ll find this a bit tougher. It’s hard to tell which questions will trip up such a knowledgeable audience.
Post your score in the comments below to become eligible for our giveaway: One lucky commenter, chosen at random, will win a signed copy of Tom’s recent. . .
A legally blind Alabama woman credits her dog, Pooh, with saving her from a gas leak in her home. The gas leak had gone undetected by sensors, but Pooh knew something was wrong. Nancy Jones was already feeling woozy when Pooh “literally drug me out the front door,” Jones said. These kinds of stories never get old.