Adventurous Recipe: Crispy Winter Squash Gnocchi

By Eva Kosmas Flores

Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores

Gnocchi is one of my favorite comfort foods, these little pillowy dumplings are an Italian favorite that are traditionally made from potatoes. In this recipe, however, I’ve swapped the potatoes for delicious roasted winter squash to make an extra-flavorful and nutrient-packed meal.

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Video: How to Tie the Pheasant Tail Euro Nymph

When English riverkeeper Frank Sawyer first tied his Pheasant Tail Nymph more than 60 years ago, he surely didn’t envision this kind of development. The advent of chemically sharpened barbless jig hooks, which gained popularity in European competition angling, allows tiers to. . .

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5 Things You Need to Know about Travel to Cuba

Written by: Sarah Thies, Manager of Orvis Travel

Cuba’s pristine flats, stunning fish, and experienced guides are still welcoming American visitors.

If you’ve been thinking about visiting Cuba, you’re probably aware that the federal government has just announced a new policy that features tougher restrictions on American travelers. This has . . .

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How to Board a Dog

By: Sarah Hall Weaver

Photo by Kathryn, Cambridge

While your pooch may be an experienced jet setter, traveling with dogs in tow is not always an option. Many pet owners must resort to boarding dogs due to restrictive vacation destinations, work-related travel, family emergencies, or major home renovations—occasions when it’s simply in the dog’s best interest to board elsewhere temporarily.

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The Orvis Job Wall 05.17.2017

The view from Orvis HQ is inspiring (although sometimes also distracting).
Photo via the Orvis Webcam

Welcome to the Orvis Job Wall, where we update you periodically on the opportunities to be a part of the Orvis team. If you read this blog regularly, you’re probably already aware of what a . . .

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Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 03.10.17

Welcome to the latest 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 offer eleven killer videos, . . .

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Top 10 Midge Patterns for Tailwaters

Written by: Bryen Venema, Bighorn Angler

Orvis Charlotte Store Manager Mary Griffin caught this 22-inch South Holsten brown on a tiny midge imitation.
Photo by Trey Oliver

Whether you are fishing the Bighorn, the Missouri, or a tailwater elsewhere in the country, midges are among the most important hatches. These tiny patterns have proven themselves as. . .

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