Written by: Chad Allen, Three Rivers Ranch
Lonnie Allen shows off a gorgeous South Fork brown trout, which ate a dry fly.
Photos courtesy Three Rivers Ranch
The South Fork of the Snake was on fire at the end of June and beginning of July this year! Salmonflies, golden stones, and yellow sallies were the ticket, and big fish were coming to. . .
You may have seen Marc Crapo—a.k.a. The Beard—in various videos over the past few years, often doing crazy stuff. But in this epic paean to Idaho’s Henry’s Fork, he’s created. . .
Written by: Phoebe Bean
The author with a feisty, hard-fighting brown trout.
The craze at Silver Creek surrounding the famous brown-drake hatch has begun. Although there are many fantastic aquatic insect hatches in the West, the brown drake is hard to beat, and. . .
Written by: Paul Stauffer
Paul Stauffer poses with a pair of rainbows caught while he was
holding onto his Helios 2.Photo by Randall Stauffer
I have a good story for you involving the Orvis Helios 2 rod you gave me a couple of years ago. My grandson, Randall, and I floated the Warm River to Ashton stretch of the Henry’s Fork a week. . .
Written by: Alicia White, Firehole Ranch
Guide Ryan Tomczyk shows off a sweet Idaho rainbow.
Photo by Josh Duchateau
Firehole Ranch head guide—and recent Orvis Trout Bum of the Week—Josh Duchateau sent along some great pictures from his latest fishing trip with fellow guide Ryan Tomczyk, along with. . .
This looks like a pretty fantastic trip for steelhead on Idaho’s Salmon River for the anglers of Wild Trout Productions. Check out these numbers: . . .
Written by Phoebe Bean
It took a while, but Phoebe finally got the skunk off, both figuratively and literally.
All photos by Phoebe Bean
I have slowly come to realize how spoiled I was in Vermont while working for Orvis. Putting aside all of the other awesome aspects of my job, I was able to fish nearly every day, due to the. . .
Written by: Scott McEnaney, Orvis Adventures
All photos courtesy Flying B Ranch
Last year, I returned from a wilderness experience in Idaho and said, “More people need to experience this.” So, putting my schools hat on, I embarked in a conversation with. . .
Todd Tanner cradles a remarkable Dean River steelhead.
All photos courtesy Todd Tanner
Todd Tanner is a freelance writer and former fly-fishing guide whose work can be seen in every issue of Sporting Classics (in which he writes a column), as well as a host of other sporting publications. A native of New York State, Todd now lives in Bigfork, Montana, where he also