A couple of years ago, during the holidays, I scratched out a sketch of a fly that I thought might be a fun tie for the Christmas season. The first few Santas to come off the vise were so hideous . . .
Every year, we try our best to get to New Zealand. For 11 years running, we’ve done just that. Travel is long: from Alberta, we take a cab, a bus, and three connecting flights, followed by pick-up in . . .
As I crept along a mangrove-fringed shoreline in shin-deep water, I could barely make out the tips of a bonefish tail and dorsal fin in the pre-dawn light. The fish slowly searched the shallows for . . .
Written by: Tim Linehan, Linehan Outfitting Co.
This past fall, I had a client knock down this ruffed grouse. Notice that it literally has a chocolate ruff and tailband. I’ve seen in my entire life. I posted the photo on Instagram wondering if any other . . .
By Eva Kosmas Flores Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores Once the air gets crisp and cool and all the leaves have fallen off the trees, like most folks, I tend to become a bit of a homebody and use it as an excuse to curl up by the fire, eat lots of comfort food, and […]
Back when we were just starting out as trout fishermen and couldn’t get enough of it, Art Currier and I would pick the first likely weekend in late March or early April to break our winter famine. We’d . . .
By Eva Kosmas Flores
Turkey is definitely one of the most versatile proteins around—it tastes great with a very savory accompaniment, but also tastes just as incredible with a very sweet one, or in this case, a sweet-yet-tart one.
By: Orvis Staff
As a dress code, business casual is a moving target. In this fast-changing world, what is considered appropriate casual office attire today is different from what it was even just a year ago. Maybe . . .