Check out this great video from the founder of the #Keepemwet movement–and our most recent Trout Bum of the Week–Bryan Huskey. Here, he lands a nice a rainbow and then offers . . .
Written by: Richard R. Twarog
Wladyslaw “Vladi” Trzebunia blew everyone’s mind at the 1989 World Fly Fishing Championships.
Photos by Richard R. Twarog
What a sight. The year was 1989. The place was Kuusamo, Finland. The event was the World Fly Fishing Championship. A gaggle of journalists and bystanders were following and watching in . . .
Orvis’s Shawn Combs caught this 17-inch beauty on Utah’s Green River on a Mike’s Meal Ticket.
Photo copyright Douglas Barnes, Now Picture This
When the nights turn cool and leaves change colors, trout start to feed more aggressively, often abandoning their notorious wariness. The major insect hatches of the year are over, and a. . .
You won’t find numerous trout feeding every time you fish a trout stream, but you do run into this situation, there are ways to find the one trout that is more likely to take your fly. Dave Jensen . . .
Rob Parkins is an expert on stream-access laws.
Photo courtesy Rob Parkins
Stream Access Now! is the title of a very useful guide produced by Backcountry Hunters and Anglers (available on their website or on the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center), which gives you the stream-access laws for all 50 states, plus some fascinating . . . Read More
This week I interview my old friend Jeremy Benn, longtime Orvis employee and head of our Outfitter Team in Roanoke , Virginia. These are the wonderful people who answer all your tackle questions via e-mail, telephone, and live chat. There are certain . . .
Sascha Danylchuk takes a scientist’s perspective on C&R.
Photo courtesy Sascha Danylchuk
My guest this week is Sascha Clark Danylchuk, science advisor for
KeepEmWet Fishing. Sascha is an angler and a scientist who has studied the effects of various catch-and-release techniques . . . Read More
Skagit lines and longer rods being the ideal setup for fall and winter steelheading, I thought this video tip from Pete Kutzer—from the “
Steelhead & Salmon Fly Fishing” chapter on the. . . Read More
The combination of a sinking tip and a heavy fly allows you to get very deep very quickly.
Photo by Phil Monahan
I do a lot of streamer fishing because my home river, the Battenkill, has a low trout-per-mile number, so you need to cover a lot of water to find the fish. Also, Battenkill browns don’t rise . . .
Written by: Brian McGeehan,
Montana Angler Fly Fishing
The crowds are gone in October, but the trout are on the move.
Photos courtesy Montana Angler
October is when we really see the seasons shifting here in Yellowstone Country. While we typically get at least some warm, Indian summer days, chilly weather and sub-freezing mornings . . .