During the high water of the early season, anglers often find themselves backed up close to shore, which limits room for the backcast. In this lesson, I’ll show you how to make a “steeple cast,” in which you shoot the backcast high above the obstacles behind you, and. . .
Sometimes, big water calls for a way to cover more water. Photos by Andrew Grillos
A fun and effective method of trout fishing is the down-and-across streamer or wet fly swing, and the popularity of trout-Spey fishing in Montana has grown exponentially over the last few years. The . . .
The author increased his success with streamers by watching a skilled bait fisherman, his father-in-law. Photo via Instagram
The concept of neutral buoyancy is something we all learned in high school. However, it wasn’t until I began streamer fishing in my late teens that I found a practical use for this concept. In short, . . .
A fish portrait, rather than a grip-and-grin, is better for the fish and makes for a more interesting image.. All photos by Faceless Fly Fishing
How would your fish want its photo taken? Because a fish is an aquatic creature, one would assume that it would want to stay in the water. Many fishermen, including me, are inclined to take a quick . . .
Christine Atkins (left) and Jackie Kutzer are the faces of the new Orvis-led initiative, and they’re responsible for much of the heavy lifting, as well. Photo by Kami Swingle, TwoFisted Heart Productions, via orvis.com
Last year, The Orvis Company launched 50/50 on the Water, an aggressive initiative to introduce more women to the sport we love and to promote those already making a mark in the fly . . .
If you’re daydreaming about getting a dog, what do you envision? A bouncy best pal brimming with excitement and energy? Or do you imagine an unflappable, four-legged throw pillow who keeps you good company on the couch as you catch up on your binge-watching? If you fall in the latter camp, opting for a calm dog breed is the way to go.