Here’s the latest installment of the “Buffet Series” from Gilbert Rowley and Phil Tuttle. In this video, they head for the desert, where they find sand, sun, lizards, and some killer fly fishing for largemouth bass and bluegills. The . . .
Handling soft hackles can be tricky, as the fibers are long and wiggly. In this video, Tim shows you how to prepare the feather for tie-in, how to sweep the fibers rearward, and then how to actually wrap the hackle around the hook . . .
Each year, for thirty-three years, the Orvis Company has recognized excellence in sporting experiences through its Endorsed Lodges, Outfitters, and Guides Program (ELOG). These awards are based on a number of criteria, the . . .
When a trout turns around and takes your fly swimming downstream, hooking the fish is often problematical. Dave and Amelia Jensen show us a great trick for hooking more of these tricky . . .
Written by: Ted Fauceglia
The female dun is lighter and larger than the male, and the trout will often key on one or the other.
All photos by Ted Fauceglia
For the ardent dry-fly angler, the advent of the spring trout-fishing season stirs feelings of anticipation like nothing else. Sure, dredging weighted stonefly nymphs and Woolly Buggers through winter’s . . .
Written by: Doc Thompson
Smaller tailwaters, like the Cimarron, often handle runoff better than large freestone rivers.Photos by Doc Thompson
It is that time of year when spring runoff is starting in the West. A lot of folks consider this to be a slow to non-fishing time of year. However, early and late stages of runoff offer conditions that. . .
Here’s the latest from Cpt Jack Films, a little taste of a recent trip to the bottom of South America, where huge sea-run browns charge up the Rio Grande. Seeing these beasts surface right in. . .
The Sparkle Soft Hackle
is a productive pattern that offers great action in the water.
Photo via orvis.com
Soft Hackles have been around for a long time, but I know that many anglers don’t confident fishing these sparse patterns. Here’s a good video from the folks at Silver Bow Fly Shop that offers. . .
Written by: Drew Rodden, North Park Anglers
Drew Rodden shows off a gorgeous stillwater rainbow from Colorado.
Photo courtesy Drew Rodden
I grew up fishing with conventional tackle for warmwater species around Missouri. But spending my Saturday mornings watching fishing shows on TV, I began to take an interest in fly. . .
Written by: Kip Vieth, Wildwood Float Trips
That big smile suggests that this youngster is hooked for life.
Photos by Kip Vieth
This is the year. You‘ve been thinking about exposing a kid to the wonderful sport of fly fishing, and you’ve decided that he or she is ready. What better way to do it than to take them on a guided . . .