When Sami Stoner discovered running back in 2008, she had no idea she was going to become legally blind before entering high school. She also had no idea that she was about to gain a new best friend, rally a community, and rewrite the. . .
Written by RC Cone
[Editor’s note: Back in July, we introduced you to a cool new fly-fishing film, Tributaries, from RC Cone, which is in production now. (Check out that post here.) Recently, we got RC’s latest update and a bunch of gorgeous photos from his ongoing adventure. I can’t wait to see the finished film.]
Bahamas to Iceland. I was looking for contrasts and I found ’em. On some of the nastier days, I wore every single piece of clothing I had under my waders and jacket. My flip-flops were about as useful as a bikini in. . .
When rescuers found Ruby with another puppy from her litter in an abandoned house in St. Paul, Minnesota ten years ago, they had been left without food or water for two weeks. Patrick Bettendorf was asked to foster Ruby for a. . .
Catching a big bull trout is definitely on my bucket list, and based on this video from Chicagbros Productions, British Columbia is the place to get it done.
A wonderful post on the National Geographic website highlights the incredible services of five very special dogs who care for othersboth humans and other animals. Each story is a. . .
On this week’s podcast, we discuss man-eating Chinook salmon, the ethics of going back to a spot that a guide has taken you to, what BWOs are, possible cranefly hatches, stomach pumps, and. . .
Blog reader Dan from Albuquerque sent in this great photo, along with a story behind it: . . .
A long story on omaha.com today takes a look at Omaha’s “dangerous” dogs five years after strict laws were passed, following a 2008 attack on a woman and her daughter by a neighbor’s Pit Bull. The tough ordinance put in place: . . .
Welcome to a new edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. We have a great selection this week, eighteen more videos that will take you to amazing angling destinations.
If your dog just up and disappearedsay, through an unlocked gate or an open doordo you know all the different steps you should take to make sure you find your best friend as quickly as possible. Writing on the Huffington Post, animal-shelter worker and canine-behavior specialist Nicole Wilde offers a list of. . .