The rainbows on the Upper Madison were feeding heavily, despite the cold.
Photo by Maggie Mae Stone
Maggie Mae Stone—a guide at The Tackle Shop in Ennis, Montana, as well as a former Trout Bum of the Week—sent in this cool shot from a solo trip she made yesterday. Here’s her. . .
Written by: Tyler Coleman
Wild Gila trout are among the rarest trout in the U.S., found only in Arizona and New Mexico.
Photos by Tyler Coleman
Here are a few pictures from our trip spent chasing native wild trout in a remote creek in Arizona. After many setbacks–one being a major car accident that had shutdown the freeway, causing. . .
Written by: Katie Rouse, Rouse Fly Fishing
One day after her 13.1, Katie landed this 30+.
Photo by Jamie Rouse
I headed to Louisiana to run in the NOLA half marathon last Sunday, and the next day, Jamie and I went out with fellow Orvis guide, Lucas Bissett, of Low Tide Charters. I landed this 30-pound. . .
Connie Burke and friend grab a little gusto!
Photo by Casting for Recovery
The mission of Casting for Recovery is to enhance the quality of life for women with breast cancer through a unique program that combines breast cancer education and peer support with the therapeutic sport of fly fishing. Orvis is proud to be a founding sponsor.
No one can explain the therapeutic value of a Casting for Recovery retreat better than the women who have participated. Last summer Connie Burke was one of those participants….
A brown like this is worth braving a frigid winter day in North Georgia.
Photo by Reid Ogden
Will Taylor—guide and owner of The Fly Shop Company of Blue Ridge, Georgia—sent in another great photo of client Lesa Varie (you might remember her gorgeous tiger trout) with a. . .
Tiger trout are not native in the southern Appalachians, but they make very cool trophies.
Photo by Reid Ogden
Will Taylor—guide and owner of The Fly Shop Company of Blue Ridge, Georgia—sent in this great photo of client Lesa Varie, who landed a gorgeous tiger trout on a 3-weight while fishing. . .
I guarantee that this is the best commercial for a headlamp you’ve ever seen, but aside from that, it’s also a powerful evocation of the angling ethos. Guide Maddie Brenneman (whom you. . .
What better way to spend a birthday than catching browns like this?
Photos courtesy Maggie Mae Brown
Maggie Mae Stone—a guide at The Tackle Shop in Ennis, Montana, as well as a former Trout Bum of the Week—spent her recent birthday (don’t ask!) on a skinny piece of water that she. . .
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 . . .