Video: Stillwater Rainbow Buffet

In the sixth installment of the “Buffet Series” from Gilbert Rowley and Phil Tuttle, they fish a gorgeous lake in southern Utah for spectacular rainbow trout. Some underwater inspection shows that leeches and cranefly larvae are on the menu, and . . .

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Video: The Midnight Mission

Filmmaker Gilbert Rowley and his friend Chris felt so bad about losing their fishing buddy Kohler to other pursuits that they decided to do something about it. So they devised an adventure that would surely jump-start Kohler’s return to fly fishing. . . .

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Pro Tips: An Angler’s Guide to Argentina

Written by: Jeremy Kehrein, Sporting Travel Program Manager for Orvis Adventures


An angler casts on Rio Malleo, as the volcano Lanin looms in the background.
Photo courtesy San Huberto Lodge

Asked to create a hierarchy of fly-fishing dream destinations, many anglers would put Argentina up at the top. Since the late 1950s, when Joe Brooks first wrote about the rivers of Patagonia in. . .

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Winter on the Madison Can Be a Blast

Written by: John McKinnie


A bluebird day on the Madison chases the winter blues away.
All photos by John McKinnie

We were headed to the Madison on a blustery January day. We departed the ranch around 8 a.m. with the temperatures hovering around 5 degrees. As we drove through the Gallatin Canyon. . .

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Pro Tips: Four Hot Ways to Fish a Mouse Pattern

In mid-August, I hosted a trip to one of the most remote fisheries on the planet, the Kamchatka Peninsula, more specifically the Ozernaya River. The “Oz” is in the middle of a restricted Russian military zone halfway up the Peninsula, about 300 miles . . .

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Photos and Story: 50/50 on the Water at Lee’s Ferry

The first thing my friend Michael and I are often asked by friends and strangers is, “How do you convince your wives to come on these fly fishing trips with you?” Our answer is easy: Holly and Courtney are anglers. When we introduced them to the . . .

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