Throughout the month of May, Off the Grid Studios and Orvis will be celebrating the first public release of the fly fishing film “Corazón,” the final of three films that make up “The Scorpion Trilogy”–a collection of fly fishing movies roughly six years in the making. The Scorpion Trilogy started in 2012 with an expedition … Continue reading “Video: Watch the Complete “Scorpion Trilogy””
Written by: Nathan Cook, Fishing Manager of Orvis San Jose
Barred Surf Perch are the dominant species on the coast.
All photos by Nathan Cook
Living and working in Silicon Valley means two things: enjoying the sun for 300 days per year and longing to get to the mountains on my favorite trout streams, about 3-hours away. While those. . .
Written by: Peter Laurelli
Over four years ago, I wrapped up SIFF13: Islands, and started a new season filming for what I thought would be the next annual project. Four years later, it’s finished. Within those four years, . . .
Bluefish are a conservation success story. Let’s not go back to the Bad Old Days now!
Photo by Capt. John McMurray
Chinook salmon in California, coho in Washington, bluefish in the Mid-Atlantic, and king mackerel in the Gulf of Mexico: What do these fish have in common? One, they are a lot of fun to catch on a . . .
World famous shark angler and conservationist Conway Bowman is an Orvis ambassador and field tester. In this exclusive Orvis video, he shows how he rigs his flies for giant mako sharks. The . . .
Written by: Dan Davala, Orvis Travel
Conditions on South Andros look pretty perfect for Dan’s pre-conference check-in.
Photos courtesy Dan Davala
I had to be in Nassau, The Bahamas, for a conference today, so I flew in a few days early to swing by a couple of our Orvis Endorsed Lodges on South Andros Island. I managed a nice DIY . . .
Drew Nisbet, Fishing Manager of Orvis Buffalo, and some of his Western New York fishing buddies took stand-up paddleboards down to the Mexico in search of tarpon on the fly. Exploring back . . .
The latest issue (number 34) of Tail fly fishing magazine is right up your alley if you’re a saltwater-fly-fishing enthusiasts. In this issue, there are some fantastic articles, including a description of . . .
This was my first trip to the Florida Keys. I went down with my friend from Bozeman, David Thompson, and we fished out of Sugarloaf Key and Key West for four days with Doug . . .
This South Andros bonefish was the result of lessons learned in Belize years earlier.
Photo by Sandy Hays
Anyone who reads fly-fishing magazines and websites knows that the bonefish is one of the real prestige species for saltwater anglers, but, despite the fact that I edited one of those magazines, I’d never even seen a bonefish in person until about a dozen years ago. My whole fly-fishing. . .