Monthly Archives: October 2016

Photo of the Day: It’s a Tarpon Bonanza in Belize

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 . . .

Read More  »

Ask the Experts: What’s the Best Piece of Advice You’ve Ever Received?


Written by: Phil Monahan

Taking the time to practice your casting will pay huge dividends on the water.
Photo by Eric Weissleder

A couple weeks ago, we introduced a new weekly “Ask the Experts” Column and asked you to pose some questions for our panel of experts. The second question comes from reader Duke . . .

Read More  »

Angling Art: New Works by Galen Mercer


Written by: Phil Monahan

“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 . . .

Read More  »

5 Questions with Scott Low: Fly Fishing and Music, Plus a World Premier Video!


Written by: Phil Monahan

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 . . .

Read More  »