In this third video about organizing materials, Tim takes us to the macro level, showing us how he stores larger containers and bags of materials. You may be surprised by his choices, although that antique thread-storage box–a yard sale find–looks . . .Read More
When I’m giving presentations on reading the water, I often get questioning looks when I say that trout are more likely to feed in front of rocks than behind them. In this video, Dave and Amelia . . .Read More
On June 13, 2022, devastating floods struck the northern Greater Yellowstone Region, as raging rivers destroyed roads and bridges both in Yellowstone National Park and in towns such as Gardiner, Emigrant, Livingston, and Red Lodge–all familiar to anglers . . .Read More
Welcome to an all-new edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. This week, we feature eleven glorious productions that will not only take you around the world, but . . .Read More
You may have never heard of or seen a redeye bass (Micropterus coosae), yet they are a wonderful fly-rod fish. They live in spectacular, clear mountain streams and take a fly very well. They’re mainly found in the Deep South, particularly in . . .Read More
Here’s an astonishing look at fishing for Atlantic salmon in Labrador using Bomber dry flies. The shots of the fish looking, refusing, and then taking the fly in several different ways are some of . . .Read More
In this second video about organizing materials, Tim discusses the importance of labelling each box (he prefers an inexpensive label maker) and then creating a storage system that doesn’t require you to constantly stack and re-stasck your various boxes.Read More
Ever since moving back home to the Front Range of Colorado, I’ve been re-learning just how selective and “technical” some trout can become under constant fishing pressure. Their ability to pick out minute details is downright uncanny, even when . . .Read More
Whether they close with a clip or a buckle closure, every type of dog collar has two main functions: to keep the two of you together, and to provide ID information that can help reunite you if you become separated.
And, okay, it doesn’t hurt if the collar looks great, too.
Though they are broadly similar (for instance, both types of collars are equally easy to clean) clip and buckle collars aren’t exactly interchangeable. Buckle collars are…Read More
A few summers ago, our interns were complaining that they weren’t catching as many brook trout as they thought they should from a local freestone stream. I suggested that they try adding. . .Read More