Here’s another great how-to video in a new series from Arizona Game and Fish and former Orvis Fishing Manager Cinda Howard, who now runs Fly Fish Arizona and Beyond. In this episode, . . .
The important role of public lands in the lives of outdoors lovers is the subject of this gorgeous film from Ben Kraushaar. Wildlife biologist Anna Ortega and two friends spend an entire summer . . .
Written by: Kip Vieth, Wildwood Float Trips
Geri Meyer shows off a gorgeous British Columbia cutthroat.
Photos courtesy Geri Meyer
Last year, The Orvis Company launched 50/50 on the Water, an aggressive initiative to introduce more women to the sport we love and to promote those already making a mark in the fly . . .
Over the past few years, Hilary Hutcheson has become one of the more visible women in both fly fishing and conservation, and her list of jobs and accomplishments is downright impressive. . . .
In 2015, Orvis created the Breaking Barriers Award to honor individuals who have gone above and beyond to introduce the sport of fly fishing to a more diverse audience. Past recipients have . . .
Reel Women’s Jennifer Cornell shows off a gorgeous Patagonia brown trout.
Photos courtesy Jennifer Cornell
Jennifer Cornell is a co-owner of Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures, a guiding operation run by women anglers. (Her partner is Lori-Ann Murphy.) From June through October, Jennifer. . .
Written by: Michael O’Brien
Miranda’s personal-best brown trout, landed last weekend, taped at 24 inches.
Photo by Michael O’Brien
When Miranda and I met about six years ago, she wasn’t interested in the outdoors. She had fished and even done some hunting when she was younger, but she didn’t keep up with it through high . . .
The latest issue (number 35) of Tail fly fishing magazine is focused on “female contributors who are each making their mark on saltwater fly fishing in different ways.” Guest editor Alex Lovett. . .
This week, I chat with Amelia Jensen, perhaps the best trout-spotter I have ever seen. I have always thought I was pretty god at seeing trout in the water, but Amelia can see fish I would never have . . .
After a tough battle that requires serious concentration, Amelia was all smiles.
Photo by Dave Jensen
The day started with a five-hour drive down island and a stop to stock up on supplies before made our way to a piece of water to fish. We have a tendency to pack our days full. Every year . . .