Welcome to our latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, made up of the best videos from around the world. This week, the day before Halloween, we’ve got a. . .
The summer before last, my family moved to an old New England mill town, and in doing so I gave up my beautiful freestone stream for a badly degraded, silted and channelized post-industrial. . .
I have been a part of many river clean-ups. Usually, we pick up trash from along the banks and everyone goes home content—knowing that a darker pile of garbage was left in the river and. . .
Welcome to another edition of our weekly (sorta) 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. . .
Fly-fishing Utah’s Green River in Flaming Gorge is usually done from a drift boat, but these anglers bike their way in to find wadable water away from the crowds of waders near the. . .
Anyone who reads fly-fishing magazines and websites knows that the bonefish is one of the real prestige species for saltwater anglers, but, despite the fact that I edited one of those magazines, I’d never even seen a bonefish in person until about a dozen years ago. My whole fly-fishing. . .
Written by: Ed Felker, Dispatches from the Potomac
During the planning phase of this trip, which started over eight months ago, I knew I wanted to fish with veteran guide Patrick Fulkrod. Patrick was named the 2014 Orvis-Endorsed Guide of the Year and has worked hard to earn the reputation as “The Man” in the area of Tennessee’s. . .