Monthly Archives: September 2016

Everglades Foundation: Success in Congress

Written by: Daryl Kenny

Hope for America’s Everglades
Photo by Orvis stock

Orvis strongly supports the outstanding work of the Everglades Foundation to restore, protect and preserve the Everglades. Today we celebrate the bipartisan passage of the Water Resources Development Act by the House of Representatives, following its approval in the Senate on September 15th. If you’re interested in protecting the flow of clean, fresh waters to the Everglades, Florida Bay and the Florida Keys, join us in signing the #NoworNeverglades Declaration.


Photos: Discovering All a New Home State Has to Offer

Written by: Tyler Coleman

Catching pumpkinseeds on a glass rod is a lot of fun.
Photo by Tyler Coleman

We have recently relocated to Michigan from Arizona. (You may remember our wild-trout series over the summer.) With an overwhelming amount of water around us, I started off by fishing . . .


Photo of the Day: Big-Time Alaska Rainbow

Written by: Phil Monahan

There’s a reason anglers are willing to face the challenges of fall fishing in the Last Frontier.
Photo courtesy Crystal Creek LodgeX

My buddy Dan Michels, owner of Crystal Creek Lodge in Alaska, sent in this astonishing photo over the weekend. No, that is not a steelhead; it’s a rainbow trout fattening up before the long . . .


Pro Tips: How to Talk to Your Dog, Part III—Avoiding Common Problems

Written by: Phil Monahan

Major wants to understand, and you can help him.
Photo by Kate, Newton

Dogs certainly don’t speak our language, but they can understand a lot if we take the time to talk to them. But it’s important that we don’t assume that they can understand words the way . . .