Written by: Maggie Mae Stone, The Tackle Shop
Browns are on the prowl in fall in Yellowstone National Park.
Photos courtesy Maggie Mae Stone
Last week, I had the chance to fish in Yellowstone National Park for three full days. This is my annual trip, and the Park always produces some amazing fish this time of year. Although the. . .
Jackie Jordan was all smiles when she hoisted her first landlocked salmon ever.
Photo by Pete Kutzer
From 9 to 5 on weekdays, Jackie Jordan is an Assistant Art Director in Orvis’s Creative Services department, where she designs catalogs and other materials for our Women’s line of gear and . . .
The Fall 2105 issue of Dun, a fly-fishing magazine created by women, is online now. There are cool articles on urban fly fishing, the incredibly varied fisheries of Finland, and a backcountry. . .
Written by: Phoebe Bean
It was slow going at first, but the hopper action heated up in the afternoon, when Phoebe hooked this big one.
Photos by Phoebe Bean
September is my favorite month of the year. Crisp, fall air signifies the beginning of vibrant splashes of reds, oranges, and yellows amidst the once-green aspens and cottonwoods, and I. . .
Okay, folks: watch closely. This is how you do it. You gear up, you walk down to the river, you make a cast. See? Fly fishing is easy. Kara Armano fishes the Fryingpan River near Basalt, . . .
Young Maxine shocked many casters with her performance.Photo by Kris Korich via blog.sfgate.com
Before last week, young Maxine McCormick was virtually unknown outside the Bay Area casting community that she has grown up. But when reports of her performance at the U.S. National. . .
Written by: Spencer Higa, Falcon’s Ledge
Amy tested the waters first, catching her inaugural trout on a fly.
Photos courtesy Falcon’s Ledge
The photo above shows Amy’s first fish on a fly rod, which she caught on a recent trip in Utah. Her son followed suit and caught his first fish on a fly rod, too. This mother-son duo has just found. . .
Carolyn and Fred’s love of fly fishing brought them together.
Photo courtesy Mike Kaul, Two Rivers Emporium
Here’s a question I’ve heard a lot over the years: Is it a good idea to teach your spouse/significant other how to fly fish? In most cases, it’s a man wondering about his wife, but there are certainly. . .
Written by: Phoebe Bean
The author with a feisty, hard-fighting brown trout.
The craze at Silver Creek surrounding the famous brown-drake hatch has begun. Although there are many fantastic aquatic insect hatches in the West, the brown drake is hard to beat, and. . .