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 . . .
Young Bradley Dow shows off a big Provo River browjn he caught on a San Juan Worm.Photo by Troy Dow
If you got all your information about fly fishing from a certain type of angler–we all know a few of these guys–you’d think that learning the sport takes many years and requires you to master . . .
Here is an absolutely gorgeous video from our pal Frederik Lorentzen of Inwaders Media, who traveled to far northern Sweden to fish for brown trout and arctic char. The fish are certainly . . .
We have posted many times about the problems caused by people who try to pass off their pets as service animals to gain entry to restaurants, businesses, and even airplanes. Because pets . . .
Written by: William G. Tapply
Although a trout angler at heart, Bill Tapply also loved casting in the salt.
Photo courtesy Vicki Stiefel
The first time I went to Belize, the wind howled for a week. Andy and I stayed in a lodge with ten other fanatical tarpon anglers, and in that entire week, twelve fishermen, supervised by six . . .
Bryan Huskey gets ready to release his most memorable fish ever. . .a roosterfish caught from the beach in Mexico.
Photo by Paul Moinester
Bryan Huskey is a filmmaker and photographer from Boise, Idaho. He’s probably best known in the fly-fishing world for his film “Doc of the Drakes,” about an octogenarian angler suffering . . .
Written by: Tim Linehan, Linehan Outfitting Co.
Grouse hunting with friends is a blast, but safety must be your paramount concern.Photo by Mary Beth Monahan
From New England to Michigan and across to Montana, grouse hunting is all about being in the bush. Grouse coverts are particularly thick and sometimes difficult to navigate. Terrain, . . .
The chance to hunt big, healthy fish drows anglers to Yellowstone after most of the tourists have gone.
Photos courtesy Maggie Mae Stone
Every October, Maggie Mae Stone—a former Trout Bum of the Week who guides for The Tackle Shop in Ennis, Montana—spends three days in Yellowstone National Park, chasing the big . . .
Welcome to the latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. It was a pretty slow week, as far as numbers . . .