Video: “Buffalo Brothers” in the Ozarks

About 90 percent of the media you see about fly fishing in Arkansas involves a huge dam and giant tailwater trout. Here’s a great, 11½-minute video that focuses on the “authentic Ozark . . .

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#MomentofChill 11.26.19: Autumn in the Grouse Woods

Today’s #MomentofChill, features our very own Scott McEnaney, Director of Orvis Adventures, and his dog, Brix, strolling through an overgrown field. Shot just minutes from Orvis HQ in Sunderland, Vermont, the video portrays the kind of landscapes our . . .

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Video: Use Angles for Accuracy

Watch enough of Tim Flagler’s videos, and you’ll be astonished by how accurately he places materials on the hook. In this video, he explains one way he does it. By holding the material you’re tying in at an angle, you force the thread wraps together and . . .

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Tribute to a Vermont Sporting Icon

Last Wednesday, snowboard pioneer Jake Burton Carpenter passed away in Burlington, Vermont, from complications of cancer. As a company founded in a small shop in Manchester, Vermont (in 1856), Orvis has always felt a kinship with Burton, . . .

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#MomentofChill 11.25.19: Acadia Natives

The Atlantic coast of Maine is a harsh environment for a brook trout, yet these hardy natives have existed in the streams and ponds of Acadia National Park since the last ice age. Brook trout require cold, clean well-oxygenated water to survive, and . . .

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Photo of the Day: A Proud Day

James Marshall and his five-year-old British Labrador Retriever had a banner day hunting pheasants near Seneca, South Dakota. Mr. Marshall snapped this epic photo of Samantha and all the birds she found to commemorate the experience. Here’s to . . .

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Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 11.22.19

Welcome to the another 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 cools dozen videos shot mostly in . . .

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#MomentofChill 11.22.19: White-Night Salmon

Much of Russia’s Kola Peninsula—one of the world’s last great Atlantic salmon fishing regions—sits above the Arctic Circle, so the weeks around the summer solstice provide almost 24 hours of daylight. This means that anglers can cast Spey rods for . . .

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