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
So far, we have introduced you to the first angler to hit the Expert Level and the first Advanced Caster. Here’s some info on the first female angler to hit the Expert (and probably Advanced) Level–Laurie Banks of Sacramento, California–as well as . . .Read More
One of the best ways to overcome cabin fever during the long winter months is to attend a fly-fishing consumer show . . . or perhaps several of them. This year, show season kicks off a month early, as the Great Lakes Fly Fishing Show is this . . .Read More
The holiday season is a time of joy and fellowship, but it can also put a person through the wringer. According to the American Psychological Association, 70% of Americans feel increased stress due to lack of time, the pressure of gift-giving, and . . .Read More
While large parts of the northern Bahamas were deeply affected by hurricane Dorian, we were fortunate enough to avoid the worst of the wind and tidal surge damage. Our boats and equipment avoided any damage and our accommodation options . . .Read More
Last month, we introduced you to the first angler to hit the Expert Level, Scott Lyons. Now, we have our first Advanced Caster, Steve MacMillan or Ely Nevada. Here’s Steve’s discussion of what it took to complete the second stage of the . . .Read More
For one day of the year, each of Vermont’s fourteen counties becomes “Capitol for a Day,” hosting Vermont Gov. Phil Scott and his cabinet, along with their staffs. Capitol for a Day–launched by Scott in June 2018–gives local constituents, municipal . . .Read More
Back in May, we told you about the new Western Native Trout Challenge, which asks anglers to fish across the West, catching and photographing native species. There are three levels of the challenge. The Expert level requires you to catch six species in . . .Read More