Videos: Brief Shots of Glorious Fishes

Here is a couple of super-short videos to enliven your afternoon. The first is from the Finnmark region of northern Norway, on the border of Finland. Videographer Esko Asikainen says he. . .

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TU 1,000 Miles: Talk about a Great Investment!


How’s this for a piece of paradise?!
Photo by Phil Monahan

Everybody loves a good investment! As the Orvis/Trout Unlimited 1,000 Miles Campaign wraps up the 2015 culvert repair season, have we got a deal for you! All through September Orvis will match your donation, dollar for dollar…but wait, there’s more: . . .

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Photos: New Zealand’s Monster Brown Trout

Written by: Patrick B. Blackdale, Willowfly Anglers

The depth of body on some of the New Zealand fish is astonishing.
Photos by Dylan Rome

Here are some awesome photos from our guide Dylan Rome from his adventure in New Zealand last winter. Dylan has been guiding for Willowfly Anglers for four years. Despite being young, . . .

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Trout Bum of the Week L: John Packer

John Packer loves chasing Colorado brown trout during caddisfly hatches or with big streamers.
All photos courtesy John Packer

John Packer is the owner of Fly Fishing Outfitters in Avon, Colorado. When I first met him many years ago, he was a guide at FFO, but he worked his way up and took over the business. A. . .

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Video: Casting for Rare Brown Trout in Corsica

Corsica is a mountainous island in the Mediterranean Sea, which belongs to France, but is closer to Italy. I have never heard of trout there until I saw this video, which features (according to. . .

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Video: Tongariro-The Legend, The River

Andrew Harding (a.k.a. “troutboynz“) is back with another great video from the North Island of New Zealand, in which he and a couple of his buddies cast nymphs for big rainbows and. . .

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Video: How to Be a Badass

Okay, folks: watch closely. This is how you do it. You gear up, you walk down to the river, you make a cast. See? Fly fishing is easy. Kara Armano fishes the Fryingpan River near Basalt, . . .

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