Each spring and fall, Orvis Retail stores around the country celebrate the season by holding Orvis Days events, featuring local food and music, demonstrations of fly-fishing and dog-training skills, . . .
One of the difficult things about going on a fly-fishing expedition with a photographer is that you end up with many more great images than you can use in a single magazine or blog story, . . .
New Jersey-based fly tier Dave McKenna seems to love fluorescent colors. We’ve previously featured his Rumble Bug and Sexy Walt’s Worm, both of which feature bright pinks and . . .
Thankfully, Hurricane Florence did not come ashore with the powerful winds that many feared, but it did produce a massive storm surge and has continued to dump an insane amount of water on . . .
Splayed tails on a mayfly pattern look great and present an accurate imitation for trout to key on. However, getting two, very fine fibers to stay in place on the hook can be a real pain, and the . . .
Written by: Deb German
The single best way to find your lost dog is to outfit her in a personalized dog collar, embroidered or engraved with your phone number, before she goes missing. The reason is simple: the person who finds her is most likely to check her collar or tags first, and call the number on them before making ‘found dog’ posters or fliers, or dropping her at the local animal shelter. That one phone call will lead a good Samaritan instead directly to you, and hopefully your pal will be back in your arms again in short order. A redundant system is better still—adding ID hang tags to your dog’s collar and having her microchipped are smart backups.
Written by: William G. Tapply
I happened upon Porcupine Brook while exploring some promising woodcock cover last October. Burt, my Brittany, had wandered off, as he often does, and when I could no longer hear his bell. . .