Photo by Irene Kato
This week I talk to someone I have wanted to interview for a long time, about a subject that is long overdue—fly fishing the Texas Coast for redfish and speckled trout. Dave Hayward, manager of Swan Point Landing Fly Shop, was in a past life an Orvis . . .
With Father’s Day fast approaching, Yeti has produced a wonderful series of short films about outdoorsmen and -women to celebrate the holiday. The video above features guide . . .
Here’s a great video about a young woman’s love of fly fishing and how it helps her connect with her dad. A student at the University of Texas, Meris McHaney, shot this film herself, and it really . . .
Written by: Kip Vieth, Wildwood Float Trips
Truman Vieth poses with his very first redfish, as Capt. Lucas Bissett smiles proudly.
Photos courtesy Kip Vieth
One of the things that I love most in my life is the Mississippi River. I live on the banks of the Mississippi in Minnesota, not all that far from its source, Lake Itasca. The river is where I call . . .
Written by: Gordon Churchill
Emerson proudly shows off a winter redfish landed by his dad, Chris.
Photos by Gordon Churchill
My iPhone weather app said it was 30 degrees when I left the house. I was meeting Chris Ellis and his seven-year-old son, Emerson, in an out-of-the-way North Carolina town near an out-of-the . . .
Written by: Toby Swank, Fins & Feathers Fly Shop
Young Matthew put in the time, under tough conditions, and saw his effort pay off in a big way.
Photos by Toby Swank
It’s day three, and the wind is blowing 20 out of the north–down from 30 to 40 the last two days. The water is dirty, stirred-up by the steady gale deviating from the prevailing norm. The sun is to my . . .
Written by: Drew Ross, Looknfishy
Nothing beats a great sight-fishing day on the marsh south of New Orleans.
Photos by Scott Myers
My wife and her best friend took the kids on a weekend trip, leaving me free to get on the water. So I called a buddy in New Orleans, and we made a tentative plan to hit the marsh over the . . .
Written by: Connor Tapscott
These little rockets will get you into your backing in seconds.
Photos by Connor Tapscott
I clenched the salty, cork handle of my rod anxiously as we sped off toward the sight of splashing on the horizon. The water bubbled with small fish being pushed toward the ocean’s surface and . . .
It seems that Tom and I weren’t the only ones fishing beneath the eclipse. Meng Syn is a dentist from San Jose who is an avid angler/photographer/videographer. He spends most of his time chasing . . .
I don’t know why redfish have a reputation for being easy to catch. Every one I have ever cast to was spooky and suspicious. I’ve also found that when casting to redfish, especially in the . . .