By now you have probably experienced a broken tippet knot, either caused by a big fish or a snag. The Orvis tippet knot is easy to tie, just slightly more difficult than a surgeon’s knot, but . . .Read More
Tucked in the bottom corner of the Lone Star State, Baffin Bay is home to trophy-size seatrout and redfish, drawing anglers from around the country. (Not to be confused with Canada’s Baffin Bay, thousands of miles to the north.) Capt. Sally Ann Black has . . .Read More
Welcome to the latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival! Each week, we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available and then serve them up for you to enjoy. This week, we’ve got a baker’s dozen videos to feed your . . .Read More
Tired of crowded trout streams? Looking for a new fish to catch that will give you a tussle and challenge your skills? Look no further than the white bass, which is a common fish in many parts of the US, from the Great Lakes to . . .Read More
Welcome to another edition of our weekly trivia challenge, in which we test your knowledge of all things fly fishing and where you might learn a thing or two about this sport we love. This week, we’ve got a classic selection of 10 questions about famous angling rivers, fly designers, fish species, and Tom Rosenbauer’s … Continue reading “Take a Classic Phil Monahan Fly-Fishing Trivia Challenge 01.09.20”Read More
In the sixth installment of the “Buffet Series” from Gilbert Rowley and Phil Tuttle, they fish a gorgeous lake in southern Utah for spectacular rainbow trout. Some underwater inspection shows that leeches and cranefly larvae are on the menu, and . . .Read More
Written by: George Daniel
While watching Horton Hears a Who with my kid, I was reminded of the difference in tactical approach between a nympher blindly fishing a run and a dry-fly angler targeting a rising fish. In the latter situation, the angler can see a target, but the . . .Read More
Last month, CNN discovered that Dunleavy had been working closely with the Pebble Partnership, going so far as having the mining company ghost-write emails and provide talking points to convince the President and the EPA to change . . .Read More
Fly fishing and mindfulness practice can go hand-in-hand, allowing you to experience the moment completely.
All photos by Bob Zingaro
In 1855, physician and avid fly fisherman James A. Henshall, MD, said, “Fly fisherman are usually brain workers in society. Along the banks of purling streams, they have ever been found, . . .
In this month’s “Top 5” video from Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver, Ivan Orsic and Russell Miller–Fly Fishing Team USA competitive angler and Director of Marketing at Umpqua–talk tight-line nymphing and fly choice. There’s also some cool footage from . . .Read More