This week, I take a break from interviews and do a podcast like we did in the old days by interviewing myself. It’s a shameless plug for my newest book,
The Orvis Guide to Hatch Strategies:
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This fat rainbow fell for a Bunny Streamer fished with a fast retrieve on Colorado’s Yampa River.
Photo by Jay Nichols
Streamers can be fished just like nymphs and wet flies—across-stream, upstream, and downstream. Streamers will take fish all of these ways, even dead-drifted directly . . .
This week, I have the pleasure of interviewing one of my very favorite non-fiction writers, Mark Kurlansky. Author of such award-winning books as Cod, Salt, Paper, 1968, and A Continent of Islands, Mark is a tireless journalist who digs into the very . . .
Bill Tapply fishes one of his beloved Montana spring creeks.
Photo via williamgtapply.com
“The literature of angling falls into two genres: the instructional and the devotional,” wrote William Humphrey in his satirical little novel
My Moby Dick. “The former is written by fishermen who. . . Read More
I occasionally receive a fishing book that really strikes my fancy as being totally original, and last winter I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of
by Kirk . . . The Feather Thief, Read More
Written by: Rich Strolis
Merging natural with synthetic materials, the Busted Stone offers a great imitation of these rather complex insects.
Stoneflies will forever be one of my favorite insects to replicate and fish. Some species grow large, making them a joy to fish as you can see them easily on the surface of the water, and due to. . .
A new Tom Rosenbauer book about fly fishing is certainly something to celebrate, and the man himself has made a video introducing
. From his home . . . Fly Fishing For Trout – The Next Level Read More
Yesterday, I discovered that the Internet Archivenon-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, and morecontains a full copy of the first book by our founder, . . .
Artist Kirk Werner shares his love of fly fishing and conservation with kids.
Photo courtesy Kirk Werner
Kirk Werner’s first two books for children—
and Olive the Little Woolly Bugger —were first published in 2007. Since then, a third . . . Olive and the Big Stream Read More
I can’t help but think of
Heart of Darkness as guide Carlos Castillo from Costa Maya Lodge pushes my companion Geoff Roach and me through a tunnel in the mangrove swamps that envelop. . . Read More