This wild Yellowstone Park brown trout fell for a foam hopper pattern.
Photo by Tom Evenson
Tom Evenson and I spent Tuesday night at Hubbard’s Yellowstone Lodge, which was pretty cool for me: it was the first time I’d stayed there since I was a guide at Hubbard’s in 1994. As you can see from the photo below, the view from the lodge is nothing short of spectacular, looking northward up Paradise Valley along the. . .
Written by: Mike Dawkins, WorldCast Anglers
The Cutt Slam program combines education and challenge of catching Wyoming’s four sub-species of trout.
Banner via cuttslam.com
I, probably like many anglers, have had a love and hate relationship with cutthroat trout. When I first moved to the Jackson Hole area in January of 2005, I could not satisfy my angling. . .
One of the happy, healthy residents of Fish CreekPhoto by Trout Unlimited
Check out this amazing timelapse video of the repair of a wildly dysfunctional culvert on Fish Creek, UT. For more information on how Orvis is partnering with Trout Unlimited to. . .
The old culvert was undersized and created erosion as well as a seasonal fish passage barrier
Photo by Trout Unlimited
As part of the Orvis/TU 1,000 Miles campaign, Trout Unlimited has been working with the Bureau of Land Management and private ranchers to improve fish passage at culverts and irrigation diversions on the three forks of Otter Creek. Over a dozen fish passage improvements…
Written by: Brayden Flake
The rewards for hiking above 11,000 feet are solitude and great fly fishing.
All photos courtesy Brandon Flake
The great weather we’ve had recently in Utah has had me longing for summer, while I sit inside and study. These photos were taken up in some of Utah’s high country, where my wife and I went backpacking last summer. She’s not as much of. . .
A fire raged through the canyon section of the South Fork of the Boise last summer—you can see the charred hillsides in the background in the video above—and there was some. . .
Written by: Jon Hill
Nobody feels old when he’s cradling a beautiful trout like this.All photos courtesy Jon Hill
Colorado angler and blogger Jon Hill reached a milestone recently, and he sent in these photos showing how he spent his special day.
Written by: Mike Kaul, Two Rivers Emporium
Carolyn and Fred’s love of fly fishing brought them together.
Photo courtesy Mike Kaul
A while back, I received a phone call from a lady who wanted to participate in the Wyoming Cutt-Slam. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department sponsors this program to call attention to the plight of the four sub-species of. . .
Written by: Jonathan Hill
The author shows off a fine small-creek brown trout from the South Fork of the Conejos River.All photos courtesy Jonathan Hill
I am pretty sure that the urge to walk in water is in my blood. Growing up in the country of Western New York with a creek running through my backyard might also have had something to do with that. During the summer, we were always. . .
Written by: Andy Bennett
After months of trying, the author finally landed the Flat Creek cutthroat he’d been after.
Photo by Andy Bennett
There are those that say cutthroats are easy to fool and poor fighters, but I’m guessing those people have not fished Flat Creek on the National Elk Refuge outside of Jackson, Wyoming. This (spring-like) creek holds. . .