Written by: Kory Boozer, Boozer’s Guide Service
Removal of the Pucker Street Dam will reconnect hundreds of river miles of trout, steelhead, and salmon habitat.
Photo by Tim Scott Images
In the late 1800s, a gem of a river in southwestern Michigan began its long journey toward being straightened, confined, and essentially held hostage, with little chance of ever being . . .
John Rickard hoists a North Coast steelhead.
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This week’s podcast features John Rickard, an Orvis-Endorsed Guide with Wild Waters Fly Fishing in Mt. Shasta, California. Our main topic is winter steelhead in California, but John also gives . . .
Here’s a cool video from Avery Wrubleski that offers a peek into the steelheading scene of far western New York State, along the shore of Lake Erie. While it’s not much like the fabled . . .
Trout fishers are often surprised the first time they get a look at the gaudy patterns that steelheaders throw. The Steelie Omelet is one such fly, looking like a Glo Bug wearing a sparkly . . .
Stefan Woodruff shows off a sweet steelhead.
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In this podcast Stefan Woodruff—senior guide with Ellensburg Angler in Washington State—reveals (some of) his secrets for catching steelhead, plus an overview of the steelhead . . .
Jim Rusher is a former golf pro who turned his attention to fly fishing and Spey casting when he bought Whitaker’s Sport Shop in Pulaski, New York, back in 1983. His Steelhead Nymph has . . .
The 30-inch mark is an Alaskan distinction between really big rainbows and HUGE rainbows.
Photo courtesy Crystal Creek Lodge
Alaska is blessed with an incredible wealth of sport-fishing opportunities—from easy-to-reach streams that flow alongside highways or right through town, to remote waters accessible . . .
Here’s a lovely video from an energy-drink company that profiles a “regular guy” angler from Medford Oregon. Chris Clogston has been mesmerized by fly fishing since he was 17, and he . . .
Nate Palmer hoists a chunky fish.
Photos courtesy Andrew Nisbet
Orvis Buffalo Fishing Manager and resident steelheadmeister, Drew Nisbet, has been spending a lot of time on his local Lake Erie tributaries with his buddies over the past week, and he’s . . .
Bryan Huskey gets ready to release his most memorable fish ever. . .a roosterfish caught from the beach in Mexico.
Photo by Paul Moinester
Bryan Huskey is a filmmaker and photographer from Boise, Idaho. He’s probably best known in the fly-fishing world for his film “Doc of the Drakes,” about an octogenarian angler suffering . . .