Welcome to another edition of our 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 love. This week, . . .
One of the great things about fly fishing is that you never stop learning. No matter how long you’ve been at it, there is always another technique, style, or fishery to explore. Every day, we offer tips . . .
On April 2, 2018, some 50 fishing and hunting businesses and organizations–led by the American Fly Fishing Trade Association, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, Orvis, and the Theodore . . .
When fish are coming to the surface but won’t touch your dun patterns, it’s time to try an emerger, and this easy-to-tie pattern has all the attributes you look for in an emerger imitation: it sits. . .
Father’s Day is fast approaching, so we’re celebrating dads in the outdoors with a great photo contest on Instagram and Facebook. If you’ve got a great image of a dad enjoying the outdoors . . .
Trout can be very inconsiderate, choosing to hold in very inconvenient spots—under overhanging limbs, in tight slots, or amidst myriad currents of different speeds—that make a traditional. . .
Wrapping a single strand of, say, chenille on a hook to create a fly body can be frustrating enough, if the wraps don’t touch or the body comes out lumpy and uneven. When you add the . . .