Tag Archives: fly-fishing for rainbow trout

Video: “Airstreamer” by Todd Moen


Written by: Phil Monahan

Todd Moen of Catch Magazine has pulled another great video from the vault and posted it on Youtube. As usual, this one stars Brian O’Keefe, who catches some fine trout, bass, and carp in a . . .

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Watch “Frontera Norte” for FREE for the Next 48 Hours


Written by: Phil Monahan

As part of a monthlong celebration of the first public release of the fly fishing film “Corazón”–the final of three films that make up “The Scorpion Trilogy”–Off the Grid Studios and Orvis are showing . . .

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Story: “Getting The Big Picture” on an Alaskan Stream

Written by: Bob Triggs, Washington Fly Fishing


The author (left) shows of a Lower Talarik Creek rainbow landed by angler Bob Kuhn.
Photo courtesy Bob Kuhn

The DeHavilland Beaver lifted off of the quiet lake surface at dawn, leaving a trail of water sluicing off of the trailing edges of the floats. I was being sent out, with the float plane and pilot, and . . .

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Photos and Story: Spring Bonanza on the Madison River

Written by: Dan Larson, Madison Valley Ranch


Water levels were ideal for spring fishing in the Channels of the Madison.
Photo by Tom Olivo

A couple weeks ago, some Montana friends and I were wade-fishing the Channels of the Madison River right behind the Madison Valley Ranch. With the epic winter snowpack and cool spring . . .

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Fish Facts: Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)


Written by: Phil Monahan

Alaska is home to some of the largest native rainbows in the world.
Photo courtesy Crystal Creek Lodge

The most widely cultivated trout species in the world, rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) are bred for sport and food, and they inhabit lakes and streams on every continent except . . .

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