John McCloskey of River Through Atlanta
landed this monster on Georgia’s Chatthoochee River on Wednesday.
Photo by John McCloskey
When you think of fly-fishing in Georgia, you might think of wild mountain brook trout, freshwater stripers, or even some of the big rainbows and browns from one of a few pay-to-play. . .
The first fish on Andy’s new Recon was this streamer-eating brown from the Lewis River in YNP.
Photo by Andy Bennett
When we tallied the votes in our “20 September Days” Contest, reader Andy Bennett came out on top with a gorgeous image of a Wyoming cutthroat. His prize was a new Recon rod (he chose. . .
Steiner likes the Youghiogheny for its large, powerful brown trout.
All photos courtesy Mike Steiner
I sat next to Mike Steiner on a flight to Missoula, Montana, last spring, as we were both traveling to the Orvis Western Guide Rendezvous. I didn’t know much about the southwestern corner of. . .
Written by: Jon Hill
Unseasonably warm weather in Colorado meant great dry-fly action on the small streams of the Front Range.
Photos by Jon Hill
As the ski season here in Colorado kicks off, other parts of the country are ending their trout season. I’m lucky enough to live in a state where I can fish year round. As some people head. . .
Written by: Ed Felker, Dispatches from the Potomac
There were no monsters on the day, but the browns were healthy and beautiful.
Photo by Ed Felker
During the planning phase of this trip, which started over eight months ago, I knew I wanted to fish with veteran guide Patrick Fulkrod. Patrick was named the 2014 Orvis-Endorsed Guide of the Year and has worked hard to earn the reputation as “The Man” in the area of Tennessee’s. . .
Written by: Maggie Mae Stone, The Tackle Shop
Browns are on the prowl in fall in Yellowstone National Park.
Photos courtesy Maggie Mae Stone
Last week, I had the chance to fish in Yellowstone National Park for three full days. This is my annual trip, and the Park always produces some amazing fish this time of year. Although the. . .
Here’s an absolutely beautiful video about famed Colorado guide Mark Engler, inventor of the WD-40 Emerger, and the path along which the fly-fishing life has taken him. As the camera follows. . .
Ever fished in flipflops and a down jacket? Here’s a cool video from northern Vermont that captures the essence of fall in the Northeast. Emerson Jessup fishes the Lamoille River and. . .
Our good friends from Alberta, Dave and Amelia Jensen, have been big fans of Orvis Superfine Glass rods ever since they first saw them at the 2014 Orvis Guide Rendezvous. But because they fish for lots of really big fish–both trout and northern pike–they were especially stoked to. . .
Drew loves nothing more than slinging big streamers for fall brown trout.
All photos courtesy North Park Anglers
Drew Rodden is a Midwesterner, from St. Louis, who made the journey west to become a senior guide at North Park Anglers in Walden, Colorado. According to shop manager, Scott Graham, . . .