Video: How to Make a Double Dubbing Noodle

In this great video, Tim shows you how to make a cool mottled and segmented fly body by dubbing the legs of a loop with different colors. It’s an ingenious method that is both simple and versatile. Try this with different color combinations and . . .

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Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 12.30.22

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’re serving up ten great productions, including some award-winners. From the . . .

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Podcast: Tips for Blue-lining, with Ian Rutter

Ian Rutter is a long-time guide in the Smokies and one of our top field-testers. He specializes in small mountain creeks, as well as their local tailwaters, and because I have had numerous requests for a podcast on “blue-lining,” I wanted to get him on the . . .

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Pro Tips: How to Hook More Bonefish by Sight-Setting

Written by: Greg Vincent, H2O Bonefishing


Knowing when to set the hook is a vital skill that will help you land more bonefish.
Photo courtesy H20 Bonefishing

When some anglers and experts talk about the requirements for successful bonefishing, there is an over-emphasis on casting and too little attention paid to proper hook-setting technique. Of course, you should practice casting, but don’t get too caught up . . .

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Video: “Chasing Natives” Across America

“Chasing Natives” is a short film about two “Sunshine-state glass geeks” who traveled 7,992 miles across the country and back, in search of native trout species. They added more than 10 species to their life lists, had many adventures, made memories, . . .

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Video: Slovenia’s Glorious Soca Valley

This is a glorious video shot on the waters of Slovenian’s Soca Valley, including some of the smaller tributaries. The crystal-clear water allows for incredible sight-fishing opportunities, and the scenes of big trout taking flies will . . .

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Podcast: Georgia’s Native Brook Trout, with Sarah Baker

My guest this week, Sarah Baker, is a woman who has a job most of us would envy—she studies and manages the populations of wild, native brook trout in the mountains of northern Georgia. Learn more about these southernmost populations of brook . . .

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Video: Two Grand Slams in Two Days!

Here’s a cool video about an amazing experience in Belize, featuring Damien Nurre, general manager at Blue Horizon Lodge in Belize. Although he is by no means a saltwater specialist, Damien had incredible luck, scoring not one, but two grand slams . . .

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