Will Long poses with a brown he caught on Colorado’s Lake Fork Gunnison River. Photo by Will Long
After I posted Will Long’s how-to article on taking your own “grip-and-grin” shots when you’re fishing alone, I got a pretty forceful message from a good friend and hardcore angler who was upset by the very notion of of someone taking his or. . .
A new issue of Southern Culture on the Fly hit the digital newsstand yesterday, and before we proceed to talk about all the great articles and photos inside, I must take a moment to point out a vicious slander. In a story about his. . .
A busy man with a baby on the way, Cole will have to make time to be on the water in his new waders. Photo courtesy Cole Siegel
On Friday, we drew our randomly selected name for the Silver Sonic Guide Wader Giveaway, and the winner is Cole Siegel of Idaho Falls, Idaho. We asked Cole to tell us a little about himself and his fishing life, and here’s what he sent in: . . .
The wait is over. The new rods that represent Orvis’s return to fiberglass are now available at orvis.com. Cameron Mortenson, who runs The Fiberglass Manifesto,” had this to say about these new sticks: . . .
Worries that big floods may have adversely affected fish populations in the Big Thompson seem unfounded. Photo by Ben Swingle via coloradoan.com
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It’s premiere day for the video introduction for the new Superfine Glass fly rods, which will be available next month. The video takes the viewer on a journey from the Orvis Rod Shop, where the rods are built, to several sweet nearby streams, where you get to see that sweet fiberglass bend.