Written by: Ken Kalil, Kalil’s Upstate Outfitters
Ken Kalil ties on a favorite pattern while fall fly fishing on his home waters in Upstate New York.
Photo courtesy Ken Kalil
When you mention you live in New York, many out-of-staters immediately picture New York City. But five hours north, in a state park four times the size of Yellowstone, nothing could be further from . . .
Here’s an absolutely beautiful film by David Cowardin, of Blue Forest Films, about an expedition to discover new water and big, wild brook trout in northern Minnesota. Three anglers in personal . . .
Written by: Connor Tapscott
The native brookies of the Blue Ridge Mountains are colorful and feisty.
Photos by Connor Tapscott
We strapped our gear to our packs, in preparation for the lengthy descent down an unmarked mountainside in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Sliding and stumbling down the . . .
Kim Bryant has done many different jobs in the fly-fishing industry: she’s been a shop rat at Concord Outfitters in Massachusetts; a guide at New York’s Ausable Club and Wyoming’s. . .
This native Laurel Highlands brook trout was lit up with color.
Photos by Vincent Piasecke
Back in October, reader Vincent Piasecke sent us a batch of great photos from the Laurel Highlands of southwestern Pennsylvania, and it turns out that his winter fishing has been pretty good, too. . . .
Bill Spicer, host of “The New Fly Fisher,” with a monster Labrador brookie.
Photo courtesy The New Fly Fisher
The Canadian anglers at The New Fly Fisher know a thing or two about big brook trout, having spent much time fishing in northern Quebec, Labrador, and Newfoundland. This experience informs . . .
The arctic blast currently punishing the eastern half of the country may have driven thoughts of fly fishing to the far recesses of your mind, or it may have brought them to the fore, as you . . .
You’d have a big smile, too, if you’d landed this beauty.
Photos by Brian Housinger
Thirteen-year-old Sydney Housinger sent us these great photos via Instagram because she was so excited by her catch. Fishing with her dad last week on the Green River–south of Asheville, . . .
Written by: Dave Barron, Jacquish Hollow Angler
Winter is a great time to fish the rivers and spring creeks of the Driftless Area of southwestern Wisconsin.Photo by Phil Monahan
Winter is one of my favorite times of the year in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin. You can have the spring creeks all to yourself, the water is clear, and the fish are hungry. There are a few things . . .
Little Rhody is not known for its trout fishing, but Chase and Aimee Bartee have found some great, hidden spots. Their latest video captures an autumn day on a small pond in the woods, where . . .