Welcome to another edition of our (we hope) 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 . . .
Last month, we posted the excellent video from Tightline Productions about how to tie a perfection loop at the butt end of your leader. But did you know that you can also use the same knot to . . .
Written by: Patrick Blackdale, Willowfly Anglers at Three Rivers Resort
A glorious autumn day on the Upper Gunnison produced some beautiful kokanees.
Photos by Eric Kiklevich
Here are some pretty fall photos from the Gunnison River near Almont, Colorado. Guide Eric Kiklevich and his clients were lucky enough to have a high of 65 degrees on this beautiful fall . . .
Here’s the first video of the season from former Trout Bum of the Week Matt Butler of Travel Truly, and it doesn’t disappoint. Featuring glorious landscapes and some stunning fish, “New . . .
Joey Roberts’s winning shot of a rainbow trout staring down his captor won by a sliver.
Photo by Joey Roberts
This year’s “20 Days in September” Contest was an overwhelming success, featuring hundreds of great photos from anglers around the world, many who managed to achieve the contest’s . . .
Written by: Dave Brown, Dave Brown Outfitters
Hungarian partridge hunters often prefer double guns.
All photos by Dave Brown
At the turn of the last century, a group of Calgary Sportsman—led by the infamous Judge Winters—were concerned with the decline of sharptail grouse habitat caused by land being cleared . . .
Sheriff, a guy just looking for a friend
Photo by Faithful Friends Animal Society
Sometimes all you need is someone you can count on.
Sheriff is an American Shelter Dog who was rescued from a neglectful situation by the good folks at Faithful Friends Animal Society in Wilmington, DE. That kind of a start in life can leave you pretty rattled! The staff at Faithful Friends decided it would be a good idea to let Sheriff get a little R&R for a while in a foster home with a quiet environment.
Written by: Paul Fersen
Anglers have a wide array of choices—in materials, drag systems, sizes, and prices.
Photos via orvis.com
A fly reel is a thing of beauty. Put one on a table in front of an angler and they will invariably pick it up, feel it, turn it, listen to the click, adjust the drag, and in essence fondle it. The longer . . .
Peter Jenkins is an albie addict from Rhode Island.
Photo courtesy The Saltwater Edge
I’m just back from a wonderful trip to Cape Cod fishing for false albacore with my old friend Capt. Tony Biski and have been wanting to do a podcast with Peter Jenkins from The Saltwater . . .
Rainwater from Hurricane Matthew will be diverted east and west to coastal communities, with devastating effects.
Illustrations courtesy of US Army Corps of Engineers
Now that Hurricane Matthew has passed and folks in Florida assess the immediate damage, concern grows over the future effects of all that rainwater making its way to Lake . . .