Written by: Dan Davala, Orvis Adventures
Angler Geoff Burke battles his first tarpon on the fly in Belize.
Photo by Dan Davala
We had a blast during the the October Bonefish Bonanza at El Pescador, and the fishing and weather were great! I had the privilege of watching my friend, Geoff Burke, catch his first . . .
Kickstart your workweek with this killer video from the home of monster trout. Barnaby Bos–a UK native now living in Western Australia–and his Swedish buddy, Joel, find some truly . . .
“On a Flood Tide, Restigouche,” Oil on Canvas, 24″ X 36″, 2016
All paintings by Galen Mercer
Artist Galen Mercer lives along the Battenkill in West Arlington, Vermont. Canadian by birth, he’s the grandson of two painters and the son of another, so it’s kind of in his blood. (He’s also . . .
Welcome to the Halloween edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. As you can see, our old pal . . .
Mending is such an important part of achieving a good dead drift that we have posted about many times here on the Orvis News Fly Fishing blog. (See here and here, for instance.) One of the . . .
Welcome to another edition of our mostly weekly trivia challenge, in which we test your knowledge of all things fly fishing and where you might learn a thing or two about this sport we . . .
Scott shows off a fine rainbow caught on Montana’s Depuy Spring Creek.
Photo courtesy Scott Low
Scott Low is a touring musician from Georgia who fly fishes his way from one gig to the next throughout the U.S. We are happy to host the online world premier of his latest video, for his . . .
A dead trout lies encased in mud along Wyoming’s Shoshone River downstream from Cody.Photo by Raymond Hillegas, via codyenterprise.com
“First Casts” is an occasional feature that highlights great fly-fishing content from around the Web—from how-to articles, to photo essays, to interesting reads. . . .
Written by: Tyler Coleman
Michigan’s state fish, in its native waters, is quite a prize.
Photo by Anastasia Coleman
Well, it didn’t take long before my love for small-stream trout fishing had me out and on the hunt. Where we are currently living, there are a few close areas you can fish for browns and the . . .
Written by: Eric Eikenberg, Chief Executive Officer, The Everglades Foundation
Twice this year, Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency due to a toxic, blue-green algae in Lake Okeechobee that has made its way into Florida’s waterways and . . .