During the high water of the early season, anglers often find themselves backed up close to shore, which limits room for the backcast. In this lesson, I’ll show you how to make a “steeple cast,” in which you shoot the backcast high above the obstacles behind you, and. . .
For wingshooting guide Steve Grossman, the hunt is about so much more than shooting a limit of birds. Ever since he was a teenager, he has devoted himself to chasing wild birds and training dogs. He is a student of his art, constantly learning . . .
It’s Day 23 of our “20 September Days” Photo Contest, which means that we have exactly a week left in our challenge. I’m in good shape and should hit the 20-day mark today; how about you? I’m looking forward to finishing the month in far northern . . .
n the sixth installment of their 10-part series on how to fish a spinner fall, Dave and Amelia Jensen demonstrate the best ways to approach trout feeding on spinners. Stealth and a slow approach are vital, but how you set up in relation to the available . . .
his week’s podcast is called “Secrets of Lake Erie Steelhead Tributaries,” and my guest expert is Alberto Rey, a longtime Orvis-Endorsed Guide and a Distinguished Professor for Research and Creative Activity in the State University of New York . . .
Back in May, we told you about the new Western Native Trout Challenge, which asks anglers to fish across the West, catching and photographing native species. There are three levels of the challenge. The Expert level requires you to catch six species in . . .