This week, I interview biologist Nicole Watson, who has a fascinating job. She is working on developing strains of arctic grayling that will hopefully be able to repopulate some of Michigan’s rivers. It’s not widely known that prior . . .
The latest full-length video from Catch Magazine’s Todd Moen is an epic journey to western Alaska, where angler Brian O’Keefe throws mouse patterns to big rainbows, arctic char, and even grayling. The shots of the surface strikes are exciting, but as . . .
Here’s a gorgeous video from Slovakia, by Konrad Production, which tries to get at the magic of fly fishing as a whole. . .not just as a pursuit of fish. From the amazing scenery, to the cool. . .
Here’s a cool video from our friends across the pond at Orvis Pêche Mouche. Alexis loves dry fly fishing and can spend hours in the currents of the Dordogne, where he cast to trout and grayling . . .
Although we fish for “German browns” in this country all the time, you rarely hear of folks heading to the native land of these trout to go fishing. But as this video shows, the Bavarian Alps–along the . . .
Written by: Stewart Collingswood, Alba Game Fishing
When trout and salmon aren’t available, grayling are an exciting quarry on uncrowded rivers.
All photos courtesy Alba Game Fishing
Scotland features 30,000 lochs, filled with wild brown trout, and hundreds of salmon rivers, including the rivers Spey, Tay, Tweed, and Dee. There is, however, another jewel in the Scottish angling . . .
Written by: Duane Reading
These gorgeous Alaskan natives rose readily to a well-presented Griffith’s Gnat.
Photos courtesy Rouse Fly Fishing
Anthony and his son, Daniel, enjoyed a remarkable day in Alaska catching grayling on Griffith’s Gnats. After landing on Kijik Lake, in Lake Clark National Park and preserve, the group . . .
The payoff for long, hard hikes into the rockies can be glorious, colorful cutthroats.
All photos courtesy Jon Hill
Last week, we made a four-day trip into the Rocky Mountains and did quite a bit of hiking and fishing. Tom, Shawn, Carper, and I hiked and bushwhacked into multiple lakes in a section. . .
Written by: Oliver Streuli, The International Hobbyist
The author’s first marble trout was the whole reason for the return to Slovenia.
Photos courtesy Oliver Streuli
It’s hard to believe how quickly time passes, but for our 7th annual fishing trip this year, Mark and I decided to revisit Slovenia. We had a great time last year, but we wanted another chance at. . .
Here’s a gorgeous video from the traveling anglers of Spain’s O2Natos, in which they fish several rivers and streams in the Soča Valley of western Slovenia. (It’s pronounced sō-cha.) In the. . .