Wow. Seriously, this is one of the most moving videos we have ever featured on the Fly Fishing blog. “My First Fish” the story of a five-year-old boy’s first experience with steelhead, and it’s. . .
The Catch & Release Band–Keith Carlson, Doug Mateer, Chris Santella and Sloan Morris–on the Deschutes River.
Photo via https://steelhead-communications.com
Chris Santella is a pretty big name in the world of fly fishing, as the author and editor of many books–including Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die and The Tug is the Drug–and a regular . . .
Many steelhead anglers consider swinging flies the ultimate way to catch these silver rockets, and more and more Great Lakes anglers are adopting the technique. Here are two great how-to . . .
Kubie’s first fish was a colored-up buck that struck in a tailout.
Photo by Sam Brown
Last week, my brother Sam and I set off for New York’s Salmon River on our annual pilgrimage to get in the holiday spirit by chasing steelhead with our Spey rods. The water was low and a bit . . .
We have previously featured cool sculpin, March Brown, and midge patterns by New Jersey fly tier John Collins, and now he’s back with a cool steelhead pattern in the latest video from . . .
Drew Nisbet, Fishing Manager of Orvis Buffalo, released this cool, self-shot video today, featuring some gorgeous scenery, fall foliage, and a fine Cattaraugus Creek steelhead. Here’s his . . .
Written by: Dan Gracia, Orvis Sporting Traditions Specialist
Four-salt fish, found in British Columbia, are the kings of the steelhead world.
Photo courtesy Moose Lake Lodge
Throughout most of the Pacific Northwest, steelhead young spend a year in their native rivers before they smolt and head out to sea. This smolting process is the changing of the. . .
Here’s a beautiful new film from Let Media, which includes cinematography by Orvis ambassador Becca Skinner. A Steelhead Quest: Portrait of a Rivered Life follows Terry Skinner, a . . .
Written by: Andrew Thomas, Picabo Angler
Whitney Holts is all smiles, as she shows off a very meaningful Idaho steelhead.
Photos by Andrew Thomas
In March, I proposed to my girlfriend of six years, Whitney, on the banks of the Salmon River in Idaho. I had been telling her for some time–only partly tongue-in-cheek–that she would get a . . .
Written by: Tom Revis, Fishing Manager at Orvis Westlake
They don’t call it “Steelhead Alley” for nothing, you know.
Photo by Tom Revis
March is peak steelhead season here in northeastern Ohio, and a few good friends were ready to make the annual trip up north. Braving inclement and unpredictable weather, we planned the . . .