Welcome to our latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, featuring the best videos from around the world. This week, we’ve got a baker’s dozen, with several from. . .
Savior had all the necessary documentation to get on the plane.Photo via krgv.com
A man and his service dog trying to fly from Texas to Mexico City found that the Mexican-owned airline Aeromar wouldn’t allow the dog, Savior, on the plane. We are accustomed to posting. . .
Hunt landed this stunning 27-inch brown on a trip to Argentina.
Photos courtesy Chris Hunt
For most of us in the fly-fishing press, Chris Hunt is the go-to guy when we have questions or need a statement about Trout Unlimited’s work. As National Communications Director for the. . .
Gedalya Gottdenger, a dog -walker in Brooklyn, shares a moment with a client.
Photo by Andy Gittlitz via gothamist.com
Here’s a story very unlike our usual fare here on the Orvis Dogs blog, but I found it absolutely fascinating. Gedalya Gottdenger is a professional dog walker in Brooklyn, New Yorkwhich. . .
Written by: Alberto Rey
A Great Lakes steelhead-and-trout guy struck silver on a trip to Iceland.Photo courtesy Alberto Rey
I was fortunate to land this gorgeous Atlantic salmon last night at 8:15 here on the Jokla River in eastern Iceland. My 14-year-old son, Diego, and my buddy, Matt, video taped the ungraceful. . .
Welcome to another edition of our trivia challenge, where we test your knowledge of all things fly fishing and where you might learn a thing or two about this sport we love. This week, we’ve. . .
Banjo is happy to be back with the Hill family.Photo by KUSA
Here’s a great story from Colorado, where a family feared the worst after their dog was swept away in the fast-moving Poudre River. Banjo, a nine-month-old Siberian Shepherd, was on a hike. . .
We’ve posted several videos from Lotte Aulom—a.k.a. the Reelgirl—and this one, shot on Norway’s Borgund River demonstrates her love for casting mayfly patterns to rising. . .
Written by: Ian Provo, The Provo Bros
Neil and our friend Cody with a nice steelhead.
My brother Neil and I just finished up another “Steelhead and Spines” journey to Southeast Alaska. For us, it’s the most important migration of the year. In the springtime, the mountains are in. . .
Loose on the Neuse July 19th, 2015
We have all heard the expression “load the boat,” but usually we are referring to whatever fish species we are after that day. Just over a week ago, associates at Orvis Raleigh set out to. . .