Bill Spicer, host of “The New Fly Fisher,” with a nice lake-caught brown trout.Photo courtesy Falcon’s Ledge
This week, we offer some tips on trout fishing in lakes from Phil Rowley, one of the top stillwater experts in North America. I asked Phil to host the stillwater chapter on from the Orvis Fly . . .
In this month’s “Top 5” video from Trouts Fly Fishing in Denver, Regional Manager Tanner Smith fishes some Wyoming still waters with former Trout Bum of the Week Bob Reece. With serious runoff kicking in across the Rockies, many anglers . . .
Written by: Drew Rodden, North Park Anglers
Drew Rodden shows off a gorgeous stillwater rainbow from Colorado.
Photo courtesy Drew Rodden
I grew up fishing with conventional tackle for warmwater species around Missouri. But spending my Saturday mornings watching fishing shows on TV, I began to take an interest in fly. . .
A river may run through it, but there are also lots of trout that live in lakes and ponds. In this great how-to video from The New Fly Fisher, Bill Spicer and Phil Rowley walk you through the basics of . . .
Some anglers consider stillwater fly fishing to be less technical than casting for trout on rivers, but those are the same anglers who probably don’t do so well on lakes on ponds. When you’re . . .
Phil Rowley is one of the sport’s most knowledgeable anglers when it comes to chasing trout in lakes and ponds. His website, Fly Craft Angling, is chock-full of great information on stillwater angling. . .
Here’s another great set of videos from the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center
, Twhich explains the best ways to present flies to stillwater trout. Presentation requirements for lakes differ from . . .
Guide Bob Terwilliger shows off a fine Colorado rainbow.
Photo via Facebook
This week’s podcast interview is all about fly-fishing high mountain lakes. My guest is Bob Terwilliger–of Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Expedition Colorado Outfitters–who specializes in . . .
Paul Thompson shows the stunning colors of a wild, native Bonneville cutthroat.
Photo by Phil Monahan
We’ve posted three times about the fantastic new Utah Cutthroat Slam program, which requires anglers to land the state’s four native subspecies—Bear River, Bonneville, Yellowstone, and . . .
Written by: Tyler Coleman
Catching native trout in their native range teaches us a lot about conservation. Plus, it’s a blast!
Photo by Tyler Coleman
After fishing the Arizona Wild Trout challenge, I was eager to find similar programs that could teach me about native trout species. One that stuck out to me was the Utah Cutthroat Slam because I . . .