Written by: Capt. Joe Demalderis, Cross Current Guide Service
Some client who didn’t want to fish in the rain missed out on this beauty.Photo courtesy Cross Current Guide Service
Here’s a photo of my fellow guide, Ryan Furtak, on the Upper Delaware River, making good use of a client’s bad-weather cancellation by doing some fishing on his own and putting some. . .
You may have seen Marc Crapo—a.k.a. The Beard—in various videos over the past few years, often doing crazy stuff. But in this epic paean to Idaho’s Henry’s Fork, he’s created. . .
If you like fly-fishing videos that cut right to the good stuff, then you’ll enjoy the latest from Jake Patton. Combining scenes from trips to big-brown waters to gorgeous mountain brookie. . .
Written by: Spencer Higa, Falcon’s Ledge
Amy tested the waters first, catching her inaugural trout on a fly.
Photos courtesy Falcon’s Ledge
The photo above shows Amy’s first fish on a fly rod, which she caught on a recent trip in Utah. Her son followed suit and caught his first fish on a fly rod, too. This mother-son duo has just found. . .
Michael Atwood with his best brown trout of the trip.
All photos courtesy Michael Atwood
Michael Atwood and his dad hiked down into the Black Canyon of the Gunnison a couple weeks ago to fish the famed salmonfly hatch. As these pictures reveal, they had a pretty. . .
The profile page for Shire Life Boys, who made this great video, says they’re from Maryland, but they clearly fish in northern Indiana and southern Michigan, based on the action here. Videos. . .
Jared’s “hero shots” were really “dumbass selfies,” much to his chagrin.
Photos by Jared Zissu
My redemption trip to the Battenkill began at 3:30 this morning. (Read about my previous Battenkill failure story.) Rolling out of bed after a solid three hours of rest, I fumbled around for my. . .
We’ve been having some rain this week, and the Battenkill is getting high and muddy, so this video caught my eye. Jake Patton captures the experience of throwing big, meaty streamers for. . .
The season finale of the “Find Your Water” series follows Canadian couple Amber and Brendan Toner as they chase big trout and monster pike. This is clearly a relationship in which fly. . .