Written by Jackie Jordan
Jackie, Kelly, and Kit (left to right) may have had a few more adventures than they’d counted on, but they still had a blast chasing trout in southwestern Vermont.
All photos by Jackie Jordan
It’s amazing how easily some things can hide in plain sight. From big fish and small streams to unexplored roads and secret spots, the familiar becomes routine, then it all blends into the background of a work commute or run to the store. If you keep your eyes open—and, in my case, rely on some excellent advice—you’ll be surprised at what you can. . .
Victory! Hardly a monster, but they are beautiful.
Photo by Phil Monahan
Yesterday, I had the privilege of accompanying Phil Monahan to a rural Vermont stream in pursuit of native brook trout. An expensive fishing getaway? More like lunch break at The Orvis Company. As a social media intern here at Orvis, I’m working closely with Orvis News, which means Phil is kind of my boss. During our one-hour break, we fished several small pools on the stream, which is. . .
Whenever I run into a decent video from the 802, I feel I have to post it. We have some great fishing in Vermont, but it doesn’t get a lot of press. In fact, I’m going fishing at lunchtime today for brookies just like the ones shown here.
“River Monsters” host Jeremy Wade shows off a gar with guide Drew Price
All photos courtesy Drew Price
A few weeks ago, we posted about an episode of “River Monsters” that focused on tarpon in Nicaragua. That was cool, but it’s even more exciting that part of this week’s episode was actually filmed right in our back yard, and Jeremy Wade was guided by none other than. . .