The “Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing,” Season Two premiered on Tuesday on the World Fishing Network (WFN). The season features 13 episodes that will air each week–a 22-minute version on WFN on Tuesdays and then a longer cut on the “Orvis Guide to Fly . . .Read More
Last Friday, we launched our “New Season” Photo Contest, which runs through April 2. There’s plenty of time for you to get in on it. We’re picking three winners and offering some killer prizes, including a NEW Recon Fly Rod . . .Read More
In those states with closed fishing seasons, Opening Day is fast approaching–it’s April 11 here in Vermont–so we’re celebrating with a great photo contest on Instagram and Facebook. If you’ve got a great fly-fishing . . .Read More
Lefty Kreh needs no introduction, of course, but hearing him tell his own story in an unrehearsed fashion is simply fascinating. In this first part of Eric Stroup’s interview with Lefty, he describes. . .Read More
his will be the thirty-fifth year that the Orvis Company will recognize excellence in sporting experiences through its Endorsed Lodges, Outfitters, and Guides program. The winners of this year’s coveted awards will be announced . . .Read More
I’ve had a long love affair with the Bahamas and with Grand Bahama Island in particular. I’ve spent many days exploring its vast bonefish habitat—from the lush, food-rich north side with its mangrove abundance to the snotty bones that prowl the . . .Read More
So far, we have introduced you to the first angler to hit the Expert Level, the first Advanced Caster, and the first female angler to hit the Expert (and probably Advanced) Level. Now we’ve got a our first under-18 fly fisher to achieve the Expert level . . .Read More
Although it’s now an internationally famous permit destination, just twenty years ago, southern Belize around Punta Gorda was terra incognita for most anglers. The story of how the fly-fishing industry came to southern Belize to create a . . .Read More
Fly fishing and mindfulness practice can go hand-in-hand, allowing you to experience the moment completely.
All photos by Bob Zingaro
In 1855, physician and avid fly fisherman James A. Henshall, MD, said, “Fly fisherman are usually brain workers in society. Along the banks of purling streams, they have ever been found, . . .
Welcome to a holiday edition of the Orvis Job Wall, where we update you periodically on the opportunities to be a part of the Orvis team. If you follow our social channels, you’re probably already aware of what a great place this is to work—from . . .Read More