Members of the Washington Capitals pose for their new calendar.Photos via russianmachineneverbreaks.com
Professional hockey players from the Washington Capitals have been working with Homeward Trails Animal Rescue, in Arlington, Virginia, for several years now. (See here for our previous. . .
Talk about a great day to play hooky!Photo by Pat Fitzpatrick
Our second photographer is Pat Fitzpatrick, from Texas. He notes, “All of the events described below took place on public land in the State of Texas. Texas is known for its lack of public. . .
Here’s the latest rescue video from Eldad Hagar of Hope for Paws, which is pretty harrrowing to watch in parts but well worth the effort. Aaron had spent seven months on the streets and was. . .
This week’s video from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions isn’t really about a single fly pattern, but about a style of fly that he calls “tuft and tail.” These are mostly simple emerger patterns. . .
Fish like this are why Mr. G has been coming back for more than two decades.
Photos courtesy Wollaston Lake Lodge
Mike Lembke of Wollaston Lake Lodge in Saskatchewan sent in three photos of lodge guest Gerry Graunke, or “Mr. G.,” who has been making the trip to the lodge for 22 years. The three fish. . .
The Orvis Home Office in Sunderland, VT
Do you dream of finding a great job in the fly-fishing industry? If you read this blog regularly, you’re probably already aware of what a great place Orvis is to work—from the beautiful office. . .
Here’s the latest killer saltwater video from our old pal Dan Decibel, about chasing baby tarpon on the fly in Florida. This was Dan’s winning submission in the 2015 Poonfecta Film Festival, and. . .
Written by: PJ Daley, Savage River Angler
That’s a pretty good selfie with the day’s best trout.
Photos by PJ Daley
The fishing was spectacular during late August here in Western Maryland. The paper mill was still not releasing any effluent, and the fish were on a feeding streak with their newly acquired. . .
Miracle with foster parent Terri Buckland.Photo by GLOBAL HALIFAX via nydailynews.com
We’ve posted many remarkable dog-survival stories, but this one truly beggars belief. A driver in Nova Scotia struck a dog without even realizing it and didn’t discover the pup under his. . .
Tom gets it done with a short line and a nymph.Photo courtesy howtoflyfish.orvis.com
We all wish we could fish dry flies or strip streamers this time of year, but the reality is that, day in and day out, nymph fishing is the most reliable way to catch trout. How you choose to. . .