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Happy Father’s Day! Here Are the Winners of Our #DadOutdoors Photo Contest.


Written by: Phil Monahan

The smiles on both faces really sell this shot.
Photo courtesy Meris McHaney

This year’s #DadOutdoors Photo Contest was a big hit, producing hundreds of great photos of dads enjoying everything from fishing to gardening to hunting to hiking. You could feel how proud . . .

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Youth, Passion, and Collaboration in the Fight to Preserve the Rivers of Southwestern Montana


Written by: Phil Monahan

Wade Fellin grew up on the Big Hole, and his passion for conservation comes from his father.
Photo courtesy Wade Fellin

River conservation groups across the country work tirelessly to protect and restore our favorite streams. Many of the founders of these groups are ready to pass the baton to the next . . .

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Win a Helios 3 Fly Rod in Our #DadOutdoors Photo Contest!


Written by: Phil Monahan

John and Madison Dodge share an evening on Madison Valley Ranch’s “Jurassic Pond.”
Photos courtesy Madison Valley Ranch

Father’s Day is fast approaching, so we’re celebrating dads in the outdoors with a great photo contest on Instagram and Facebook. If you’ve got a great image of a dad enjoying the outdoors . . .

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Meet the 2018 Orvis Breaking Barriers Award Recipient


Written by: Phil Monahan

Whitney Milhoan poses with Casting for Recovery’s “Judy” the Pink Drift Boat.
Photo courtesy Casting for Recovery

In 2015, Orvis created the Breaking Barriers Award to honor individuals who have gone above and beyond to introduce the sport of fly fishing to a more diverse audience. Past recipients have . . .

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Here’s Your 2018 Orvis Lifetime Achievement Award Winner!

Written by: Debra Carr Brox


Sandy Moret celebrates landing a fat Florida bonefish, a species he’s committed to protecting.
Photo courtesy Sandy Moret

Sandy Moret has described fly-fishing as the hardest game on the planet. The unpredictable nature of fishing saltwater flats doesn’t discourage him—on the contrary, he loves the challenge and is . . .

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