Written by: Darren Roe, Roe Outfitters
That’s a trophy rainbow trout anywhere in the world, but it’s from Oregon.
Photo courtesy Roe Outfitters
Cassie caught the largest trout of her life while fishing a remote section of the Klamath River. This giant redband rainbow ate a size 14 natural Bird’s Nest—or as we all know it, a. . .
Here’s a great trailer for an upcoming video from Mountain Made Media, featuring anglers who chase big brown trout in Oregon. Aside from the gorgeous fish, there are some very compelling shots of. . .
Here’s some great stuff from the waters of Oregon, where the Kids with Sticks get into some serious brown trout. But they don’t just focus on success, and you’ll see some reactions and facial expressions that might seem eerily familiar if you’ve ever lost a big one.
Dang. The folks at Outside Bend Productions have been busy. Not only do they get a video in last week’s Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, but they follow it up with another killer production on Sunday night. This one answers the question: When stuck in a hotel room during a business trip to Los Angeles, what does a city-bound fly fisher dream of? Home waters, of course.
Written by: Tom Evenson, Western ELOG Program Director
Guide Chris Renzullo hoists a fat trophy rainbow that fell for a Hex imitation just before dark.
Photo by Doug Best
The Hex hatch was going off on the Williamson River when my colleague Doug Best and I were traveling through Oregon. The guys from Tailwater Fisheries called and said, “You have to check this out!” We also fished the nearby. . .
Written by: Heidi Adcock
Heidi Adcock shows off a chunky Deschutes rainbow.
Photo by Sherry Ratcliff
I can think of no better way to kick off summer than a three-day float on the lower Deschutes river, except, of course, if that trip happens to be with Deep Canyon Outfitters. The three special ladies that signed up to join me on this. . .
Here’s a short and sweet video from Outside Bend Productions, based in Portland, Oregon. During the window between the salmonfly hatch and swinging for steel, it’s caddisfly time on the Deschutes. Great visuals, a smooth soundtrack, and some gorgeous trout: what else do you need?
Here’s the second of a three-part series from Outside Bend Productions, focused on fishing the salmonfly hatch on Oregon’s Deschutes River. You can see part I in the May 24 Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival. Here’s the description for this one: . . .
Written by: Paul Moinester
Brian O’Keefe shows off a Deschutes River brown trout.
Photo by Paul Moinester
[Editor’s Note: Paul Moinester has embarked on a six-month, 20,000-mile adventure to exploring the upstream battle to protect wild fish and their habitat. He will be posting dispatches on the Fly Fishing blog throughout his journey. And, as someone who has fished with Brian O’Keefe, I can corroborate everything Paul writes here.]
No matter how hard I try to contain my excitement, I inevitably spend the days leading up to any fishing trip daydreaming about everything unfolding perfectly. Thoughts of vicious takes, line zipping off my reel, lots of gripping, and even more grinning swirl through my head and consume my brain. In the weeks leading up to my. . .
Liz Caval just received a Master’s degree, as well as a degree in dry-fly fishing.
All photos courtesy Evan Williams
Evan Williams and Liz Caval took a desert adventure to The Big O—Oregon’s Owyhee River—to celebrate Liz’s recent graduation from a Masters-degree program by setting their sights on another huge milestone: catching an Owyhee brown. This spring has been really windy, but Evan says that the. . .