Pro Tips: The Keys to Learning the Bonefish Game

Written by: Greg Vincent, H2O Bonefishing


Catching a bonefish is an accomplishment for any angler, novice or expert.
Photo courtesy H20 Bonefishing

Every year, hundreds of new anglers join the migration to the tropics in search of what many consider to be one of the world’s finest light-tackle game fish: bonefish. Here in The Bahamas, we are fortunate to have hundreds of . . .

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Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 10.23.20

Welcome to another edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. This week’s eleven videos make up perhaps the most . . .

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Podcast: Musky Time, with Kip Veith

This week, my interview is with Kip Veith, Orvis-endorsed guide and author of The Orvis Guide to Muskies on the Fly, which has just been released. Fresh from lots of research and in the middle of his season, Kip has some . . .

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Classic Pro Tips: Tandem Streamer Rigs for Fall Trout


Big brown trout like big flies, especially in the fall.
Photo by Shawn Combs

When the nights start to cool and leaves start to change colors, the thoughts of brown trout turn to procreation. To build up energy for the spawning ritual and to put on weight before the lean . . .

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Classic Video Tip: How to Make a Reach Cast

A reach cast allows you to reposition your line, upstream or downstream of the fly, before the line lands on the water. This comes in handy whenever you’re casting across the current, and. . .

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Video Pro Tips: How to Find Pike and Muskies

In some parts of the country, the end of summer into fall is a great time to chase northern pike and muskellunge. Here are two great videos from the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center, in which Tom . . .

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Photos and Story: 3 Days on the Flats of Belize

Last week, I returned from my third visit to El Pescador Lodge in northern Belize. Obviously this trip was under different circumstances than my previous ones, so I had to take additional precautions to get there: I was . . .

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