Breuckelen Fly-Fishing Adventures provides an amazing angling experience where you wouldn’t expect one.
All photos by Joel Ruby
For more than thirty years, Orvis has been putting its imprimatur on the best fly-fishing operations in the country and around the world, through its Endorsed Lodges, Guides, and Outfitters program. But the newest member of this elite club may be the most unique one yet. Located in the hippest part . . .
This big striper exploded on a baitfish fly just a few feet off Capt. Aron Cascone’s rod tip.
All photos by Sandy Hays
This week, I interview Capt. Aron Cascone of Westerly, Rhode Island, for his tips to help anglers on foot find striped bass along the New England Coast. He then discusses choosing the right fly, the . . .
Striped bass don’t get a ton of love from the fly-fishing-video community, so it’s always great to see a quality production featuring linesiders. Thomas Freund, of Lonely Osprey Productions, and . . .
I’m not quite sure who these folks at Mouche are, but they clearly know how to have a good time fly fishing in their native Quebec and they have some killer cinematography chops. This video . . .
Written by: Capt. Dave Pecci, Obsession Sportfishing Charters
Schoolie stripers offered a great morning’s enjoyment for this Westerner.
Photos by Capt. Dave Pecci
Longtime client John Kern from Salt Lake City joined me on the Kennebec for a morning of striped-bass fly fishing. We had a dropping tide, as we headed out at 5:30 a.m., and as we rounded. . .
Written by: Dylan Snell, Orvis Manchester Fly-Fishing School
The author shows off a sweet striper landed during an epic Day Two sight-fishing session.
Photos courtesy Dylan Snell
Recently, a small group of instructors and guides from the Orvis Manchester Fly Fishing School made our annual pilgrimage to ply the salt for striped bass. In true fish-bum fashion, the mad. . .
Written by: Capt. Aron Cascone, Constant Angler
Big bass sip worms from the surface when the hatch is really on.
Photo courtesy Capt. Aron Cascone
In Rhode Island, the cinder worm emergence–some anglers call it a “hatch”–sure took its time getting started this season. The switch finally got flipped in a big way on May13th. There are now plenty of stripers and an abundance of worms to keep. . .
Parker Smith–who lives right on the Madison downstream of Quake Lake–sent in this cool video from a trip back to his native South Carolina, where he made the most of his time. From. . .
Freshwater stripers can grow pretty large when there’s a good forage base in a lake.
Photos by Steve Hollensed
Guide and former Trout Bum of the Week Steve Hollensed, of Flywater Angling Adventures, sent in these shots of anglers catching big striped bass on massive Lake Texoma in December. Steve. . .
Doctor Sherman didn’t even take the time to change out of his work clothes before boating this fat striped bass.Photo courtesy Dr. Mark Sherman
Orvis fan Dr. Mark Sherman sent in this great photo last night, along with the story behind it: “I caught this bass off Sandy Hook, New Jersey, at dusk. With Capt. Joe Maz at the helm, I was. . .”