Written by: Ethan Barrow, Adventures Across Oregon
There are lots of opportunities within striking distance of Portland.
Photos courtesy Adventures Across Oregon
When the vast majority of fly fishing destinations in the northern hemisphere are dealing with intense cold and/or snow, the watersheds in close proximity to Portland, Oregon are oftentimes. . .
If you’ve watched enough of these great videos from Tightline Productions, then you know that Tim Flagler has a twisted sense of humor. This video shows you how to tie a great bass-and. . .
Last weekend, Scientific Anglers pro-staff members Philippe Charon and Karl Beliveau took home the top prize in the Big Bass Challenge Quebec, a major bass-fishing tournament. Why is this . . .
Written by: William G. Tapply
Bill Tapply inherited his love of bass-bugging from his father.
Photo courtesy Vicki Stiefel
I grew up casting deer-hair bugs for bass, both largemouths and smallmouths, in lakes, ponds, and rivers all over New England. It was my favorite kind of fishing—even better, I thought, . . .
I’m not quite sure who these folks at Mouche are, but they clearly know how to have a good time fly fishing in their native Quebec and they have some killer cinematography chops. This video . . .
Foam poppers are easy to tie and offer exciting action on the water.
Few anglers would argue that the most exciting and fun way to fish for bass and panfish is with a surface pattern, which allows you to see the strike. Traditionally, bass poppers were made. . .
Written by: Brian O’Keefe
The bass were feeding ahead of a cold front in Deschutes national Forest.
Photos by Brian O’Keefe
The other day, I drove up into the Deschutes National Forest in search of some big bass. I had my 8 weight, a few flies and poppers, a couple donuts, and some lemonade. Since I was boatless, . . .
Parker Smith–who lives right on the Madison downstream of Quake Lake–sent in this cool video from a trip back to his native South Carolina, where he made the most of his time. From. . .
That’s the kind of fish you’ kill for with clients in the boat!
Photo by JTVZ
Winston Cundiff—who works for All Water Guides in Austin, Texas—had the day off, so he grabbed his trusty Helios 2 One-Piece 8-weight and headed out on the lower Colorado River (the . . .
Written by: Preston Ailor, Discovery on the Fly
A little bit of planning and scouting paid off big on the morning of the wedding.
Photos by Preston Ailor
Several months ago, my wife and I received an invitation to a wedding in Austin, Texas. We immediately agreed that we had to go. So we started saving. My wife started planning: . . .