Dr. Brandon Finnorn discovered his passion for creating art when life threw him a curveball back in 2016, but he hasn’t looked back since. (You can get the full story of his remarkable journey by reading his blog post “Stethoscope to Sketchpad.”) In the . . .
Tim Linehan has now spent more than half his life on the rivers of northwestern Montana.
Photo courtesy Tim Linehan
A quarter-century ago, Tim Linehan did something that so many Eastern anglers have dreamed of: he packed everything he owned into his car and moved to Montana to become a. . .
Scott shows off a fine rainbow caught on Montana’s Depuy Spring Creek.
Photo courtesy Scott Low
Scott Low is a touring musician from Georgia who fly fishes his way from one gig to the next throughout the U.S. We are happy to host the online world premier of his latest video, for his . . .
Ian and Neil Provo plan their next expedition into the backcountry.
Photo by Sean Kerrick Sullivan
In late 2012, Ian and Neil Provo released their film “Steelhead & Spines,” about an amazing trip to Southeast Alaska to do some backcountry fly-fishing for steelhead and find the perfect. . .
Hunt landed this stunning 27-inch brown on a trip to Argentina.
Photos courtesy Chris Hunt
For most of us in the fly-fishing press, Chris Hunt is the go-to guy when we have questions or need a statement about Trout Unlimited’s work. As National Communications Director for the. . .
Cameron Mortenson with a fine Great Lakes smallie.
Photos courtesy Cameron Mortenson
Cameron Mortenson is the founder of The Fiberglass Manifesto website, which champions the use of fiberglass rods in this age of graphite. He agreed to submit to a few questions about his own. . .
Tom Sadler is an angler, conservationist, writer, and advocate.
All photos courtesy Tom Sadler
For years, Tom Sadler has done important work behind the scenes in fly fishing, yet most anglers have never heard his name. Since he gave up his life as a Washington lobbyist, he has been a fishing guide, served on the board of the. . .