Here’s a great trailer for an upcoming film–from Brothers on the Fly, a German/Swedish filmmaking team, and Matt Calderaro of Soca Cowboy–about one man’s Quixotic quest to catch a marble . . .
Written by: Sarah Thies, Manager of Orvis Travel
Cuba’s pristine flats, stunning fish, and experienced guides are still welcoming American visitors.
If you’ve been thinking about visiting Cuba, you’re probably aware that the federal government has just announced a new policy that features tougher restrictions on American travelers. This has . . .
Written by: Brian La Rue
The Lewis River below the falls offers fine fishing, but with quite a few spectators.
All photos courtesy brain LaRue
I love Yellowstone and all it offers. Before starting a family, my wife and I would go to the park early and late in the season. Now with a couple school-age kids, vacation windows are more limited, so we find ourselves joining the herds of summer vacations each year. But you. . .
A guide’s work is never done. Here, Ivan Tarin of Salvelinus Lodge
prepares to net a big rainbow trout.
Photo by Sandy Hays
Each year, the Orvis Company recognizes excellence in sporting experiences through its Endorsed Lodges, Outfitters, and Guides Program (ELOG). Representatives from several categories . . .
Written by: Brian McGeehan, Montana Angler Fly Fishing
The nymph fishing on the Missouri River can be spectacular in spring.
Photo by Todd Everts
Early Spring (late March thru early May) is the most underrated time of year to fish in Montana. The trout are hungry after a long winter and have not seen a fly in months. Low water levels . . .
2015 Endorsed Fly Fishing Guide of the Year (East): Brown Hobson
, based in Asheville, North Carolina.
Photo courtesy Brown Hobson
For more than thirty years, the Orvis Company has been recognizing excellence in sporting experiences through its Endorsed Lodges, Outfitters, and Guides program. The winners of . . .
My largest marble trout of the trip, caught in the Soča Canyon, put up a great fight.
Photos by Sandy Hays
The email from my friend in Slovenia, Matt Calderaro, had a pretty humdrum subject line: “to bring.” But when I opened the email, I had to read it a couple times before I fully. . .
Written by: Naser Derakhshan
Mr. Ali Saedi, the author’s fishing mentor, holds a 21-pound trout caught on a 4X tippet.
Photo by Naser Derakhshan
In 2014, an Iranian angler named Naser Derakhshan, who lives in Shahr-e Kord, sent us some photos of trout caught near his home. We posted the images to Facebook, and there was so much interest in the comments that I asked Naser if he would write. . .. . .
Written by: Naser Derakhshan
Brown trout are native to all the western-Iran rivers that flow to the Caspian Sea.
Photo by Muhammad Ali Nouri
[Editor’s note: In 2014, an Iranian angler named Naser Derakhshan, who lives in Shahr-e Kord, sent us some photos of trout caught near his home. We posted the images to Facebook, and there was so much interest in the comments that I asked Naser if he would write us something about. . .
Written by: Mike Dawkins, WorldCast Anglers
The golden mahseer were difficult to catch but worth every bit of effort.
Photos by Mike Dawkins
I had heard of the golden mahseer before my journey to the Himalayas of India. My friend, globe-trotting fishing expert and renowned artist Jeff Currier, had spent plenty of time on the. . .