Here’s a sweet little German video that tells the simplest story in fly fishing, from the walk in to the cast to the landed trout. The cinematography is great, but there’s also some unintended . . .
Here’s a cool video, via Wille Lindh of Wyeld Fly Fishing, which features some stunning sea-run brown trout hooked in downtown Norrtälje, a town on the norther coast of Sweden. The . . .
Written by: Abbie Mahurin
Orvis’s Abbie Mahurin shows off a fine Vermont brown caught on an unseasonably warm Saturday.
Photo by Andy Mahurin
You know the saying: I was in the right place at the right time. Saturday’s exceptionally warm temperature made for a fantastic day on the water–especially for winter in Vermont. Around 10 . . .
Written by: Alberto Rey
Diego Rey shows off a gorgeous South Island brown trout.
Photos by Alberto Rey
My 16-year-old son, Diego, and I arrived on New Zealand’s South Island in late November, which is the equivalent to our spring. It was one of those rare circumstances when everyone said that . . .
Written by: Emily Roley, Taos Fly Shop
Emily shows off a beautiful brown, even if it isn’t the monster she was looking for.
Photo by Ron Sedall
Here is the extent of what I knew about the White River the morning we head east: it is in Arkansas, it is a big tailwater, and it is home to massive brown trout. Of these three facts the most . . .
Written by: Josh Diller
A nice wild brown trout I was able to land during my trip back to my home waters of Pennsylvania.
Photos by Josh Diller
Although I now live and guide in Colorado, I’m originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and this year I spent the holidays with family and friends back East. For some people, such a trip might mean . . .
The latest video from Stefan Ågren of Frontsidefly focuses on fly-fishing superstition and the way that one bad choice can have disastrous consequences on the water. Have you ever had a lucky . . .
Written by: Drew Ross, Looknfishy
The grogeous browns that the river is famous for were more than willing to eat flies.
Photos by Drew Ross
Getting to fish with friends isn’t something I get to do very often, primarily because I fish during the week while most responsible people are at work. But just before Thanksgiving, a buddy called . . .
Every year, we try our best to get to New Zealand. For 11 years running, we’ve done just that. Travel is long: from Alberta, we take a cab, a bus, and three connecting flights, followed by pick-up in . . .
Our friend Spencer Higa, Fishing Manager at Falcon’s Ledge, and his partners in Western Waters Media headed to Iceland last year, in search of huge brown trout. They chronicled their . . .