Video: How to Counter-Wrap Materials

Trout teeth are small, but they can be sharp. And if they happen to cut the material that you’ve wrapped around the hook shank–peacock herl or hackle quills, for instance–the whole thing . . .

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Win Great Prizes in Our “I Love My Dog Bed” Photo Contest!

A dog bed is more than just a comfortable place for your best friend to sleep. It’s an important place of refuge, a place to recover after activity, and a training tool. Every dog needs a “den,” where they can get away from life’s stresses and just relax. To show . . .

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Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 10.28.22

Welcome to an all-new 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, we’ve got a cool dozen films with a bit of a salmon slant. This collection will take you . . .

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Video Pro Tips: Don’t Fish for Spawning Trout

This how-to video from Ben Sittig, a.k.a Huge Fly Fisherman, takes on an important topic in fly fishing: casting to spawning trout. Yes, it is legal in many places, but does that make it right? This is a personal decision, and as you know, Ben is not shy . . .

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Pro Tips: How to Fish Two Nymphs at the Same Time

Here’s a solid primer from fly-fishing Livingston, Montana-based instructor Matt Wilhelm, offers a basic lesson on how to rig a double-nymph setup. Fishing two nymphs at the same time can result in more hookups, and it can help you get a small fly . . .

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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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Pro Tips: How to Keep Your Dog Safe on Halloween

While Halloween is a time of fun and excitement for humans, it can be stressful and downright dangerous for dogs. So much in their world changes very quickly: there’s a ton of activity, new people are everywhere, strange foods and smells abound, and . . .

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