Can You Train Old Dogs?

Make sure you give your older dog time to rest and recoup. Photo via orvis.com
You can indeed train old dogs, and there are good reasons to make obedience training a lifelong endeavor. After adopting a senior dog, for example, you may discover her previous owners weren’t particular about leash training only after she drags you around the neighborhood on walks. Or, your older dog simply needs a refresher course in Obedience 101. Plus, training old dogs is good for them. It offers critical mental stimulation that can delay cognitive decline in senior dogs, and helps prevent obesity by keeping them physically active.
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Pro Tips: How to Tie a Euro-Nymphing Leader

Gilbert Rowley is a Utah fishing guide, fly tier, and filmmaker who runs a website called Fly Tying 123. He recently teamed up with two members of Fly Fishing Team USA--Devin Olsen and . . .
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How Far Can My Dog Hike?

Hiking with your dog can be incredibly rewarding, creating a deeper bond between you. Photo by: Cindy Dunican

How far your dog can hike will vary significantly based on multiple factors, including her age, breed, and fitness level, as well as the length and difficulty of the hike. The easy trail at your local nature center is a far cry from hiking a 14er—a mountain . . .
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Photos and Story: Wild Trout in Hawaii’s Grand Canyon

Written by: Derek Draplin
Trout in the Aloha State? Sure, but you have to work for them. Photos by Derek Draplin
Last year, hundreds of thousands of tourists filed through the scenic lookouts over Kauai’s Waimea Canyon, also called the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific." Few of those tourists likely realized that non-native rainbow trout call the canyon’s small streams and . . .
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Take an All-New Phil Monahan Fly-Fishing Trivia Challenge 11.29.18

Welcome to another edition of our weekly trivia challenge, in which we test your knowledge of all things fly fishing and where you might learn a thing or two about this sport we love. This week, we’ve got 10 all-new questions about geography, fish species, . . .
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#MomentofChill 11.29.18: The Last Frontier

Today’s #momentofchill is from Cory Luoma of Fly Out Media, and it’s an example of how the sheer magnitude of the Alaskan landscape is awe-inspiring. At 663,268 square miles, Alaska is the . . .
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Wednesday Wake-Up Call 11.28.18

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' new report on Pebble Mine seems awfully short. Photo by Pat Clayton, Fish Eye Guy Photography
Welcome to the latest installment of the Wednesday Wake-Up Call, a weekly roundup of the most pressing conservation issues important to anglers. Working with our friends at Trout Unlimited, Backcountry . . .
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5 Questions with Todd Moen About Making Incredible Films

Todd Moen sets up a shot for one of his popular fly-fishing films. Photos courtesy Todd Moen
Seven years ago, Todd Moen co-founded the online fly-fishing photography publication Catch Magazine with Brian O’Keefe, and he shoots the films for the magazine’s T-Motion Theater. To. . .
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