Written by: Matthew Calderaro
Calderaro hunted this awesome marble trout for a week on the Soca River. (See the video below.)
Photo courtesy Matthew Calderaro
Catching big fish requires a fly angler to switch their mindset from fishing to hunting. If an angler can commit to this switch, the results can be fantastic and open a whole new world of. . .
Here’s a great trailer for an upcoming film–from Brothers on the Fly, a German/Swedish filmmaking team, and Matt Calderaro of Soca Cowboy–about one man’s Quixotic quest to catch a marble . . .
Written by: Matthew Calderaro, Soca Cowboy
Sophia (left) shows off a fine rainbow, netted by her sister, Michaela.
Photos by Matthew Calderaro
As a father, you can only dream your children will follow in your footsteps and love the things you love. In my house, fly fishing is not a hobby. It is my life, it is my business, and it is my identity. . . .
My largest marble trout of the trip, caught in the Soča Canyon, put up a great fight.
Photos by Sandy Hays
The email from my friend in Slovenia, Matt Calderaro, had a pretty humdrum subject line: “to bring.” But when I opened the email, I had to read it a couple times before I fully. . .
Written by: Oliver Streuli, The International Hobbyist
The author’s first marble trout was the whole reason for the return to Slovenia.
Photos courtesy Oliver Streuli
It’s hard to believe how quickly time passes, but for our 7th annual fishing trip this year, Mark and I decided to revisit Slovenia. We had a great time last year, but we wanted another chance at. . .
Here’s the second video in a month from our Scandinavian pal Stefan Agran, of Frontside Fly, and this one again features angler Emilie Björkman. (See “Thumbs Up for Pike.”) This time, they are in. . .
Welcome to our latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, made up of the best videos from around the world. This week, you’ve got fourteen fascinating videos, . . .
For our annual fishing trip this year, my friend Mark and I chose Slovenia. The Soča Valley boasts some 140 kilometers of some of the most beautiful trout rivers in the world. Just a short. . .
Matt Calderaro, who originally hails from Massachusetts, returns to the Northeast for some big Great Lakes steel.
Photo courtesy Matt Calderaro
Matt Calderaro, a former Orvis fly-rod designer, now runs an outfitting business in Europe called Worldflyangler. (You may remember him from my trip last summer.) But when he. . .
Here’s a cool video from Slovenia, featuring Matt Calderaro of Worldflyangler, whom I fished with back in June. In fact, this video follows the same path we took on the final day of. . .