The Seresto® Dog Collar: How Does it Work?

If you spend much time outdoors and have a dog or two, perhaps you will agree that ticks are the bane of our existence. They are a constant, ubiquitous threat to our health and sense of well-being. And, to make things worse, their numbers are increasing according to scientists.

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Videos: Revisit Our Facebook Live Sessions on YouTube

As you’ve surely noticed–if you are on Facebook, that is–we’ve been hosting tons of Facebook Live sessions on fly tying, fly-fishing gear, tactics and techniques, and more. We realize that not everyone can attend the live sessions, finding stuff on Facebook . . .

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Video Pro Tips: 4 Flies That Will Work Anywhere

Many fly fishers carry around way more flies than they’ll ever need for a single trip, and there’s always interest in ways to lighten the load. If you had a few flies that you could always count on, you wouldn’t have to pack so many boxes, right?

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Video: How to Tie the Sunken Trico Spinner

Tricos are small mayflies of the Tricorythodes genus that produce one of the longest hatch periods of the season, emerging in prolific numbers from July through October. It’s when the spinners return to the water to lay eggs, however, that trout . . .

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Remembering an Orvis Rod-Shop Great

Now that perhaps there’s a little light at the end of the tunnel, we want to take a moment to remember a man who was an institution at the Orvis Rod Shop in Manchester, Vermont, for many years. Jim West, the first person at Orvis to make a . . .

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