Last Day to Enter Our “New Season” Photo Contest!

On March 20, we launched our “New Season” Photo Contest, and it ends tonight at 11:59 p.m. There’s still time for you to enter. There will be three winners, who will receive some killer prizes, including a NEW Recon Fly Rod. All you have to do is share . . .

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Classic Story and Photos: The Meat Mongers of Spring

Written by: Drew Nisbet, Orvis Fly Fishing and Wingshooting Community Leader

This savage brown ate a streamer, even though its last meal had not yet been digested.
Photos by Drew Nisbet, Orvis Buffalo

As winter releases its icy grip on the Northeast in late March and into April, many anglers look forward to warm spring days of fishing to rising trout on their favorite tailwater or freestone . . .

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Photos: More Entries from Our “New Season” Photo Contest!

On March 30, we launched our  “New Season” Photo Contest, which runs through April 2. There’s plenty of time for you to get in on the action. We’re picking three winners and offering some killer prizes, including a NEW Recon Fly Rod. All you have to do is share your favorite fly-fishing photo of 2019 with the hashtag #NewSeasonRecon. … Continue reading “Photos: More Entries from Our “New Season” Photo Contest!”

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Story and Photos: Two Days of Trout in Utah

February in Park City, Utah, is well known for fantastic skiing, snowboarding, and all things winter. But for me, the best part is that none of those people are on the blue-ribbon trout waters nearby. It also helps to have awesome friends send you . . .

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Classic Pro Tips: 3 Keys to Finding Bigger Trout

Written by: Toby Halley

The author seeks out water likely to hold the largest fish in a stream.
Photos courtesy Toby Halley

I used to fish a lot of good trout water and wonder why I wasn’t catching big fish, knowing that they were in there. It wasn’t until I started fishing with my good friend, Rick, that I really. . .

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Classic Story: Patience Pays Off in Alaska

The huge rainbows that Alaska is famous for are not always easy to catch.
All photos by Jeremy Kehrein

In early July 1995, I was guiding two of my favorite clients of all time—a father-and-son team from Annapolis, Maryland—on the Copper River, which drains into Alaska’s Lake Iliamna. Tom and. . .

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