Written by: Joe Demalderis, Cross Current Guide Service and Outfitters
Anita lands another trout during her winning session on New Jersey’s South Branch of the Raritan.
Photo by Nick Romanenko
Last Saturday, New Jersey Trout Unlimited held their NJ Fly Fisherman of the Year Tournament. Each TU chapter in the statesends a representative to compete for the title. In addition to . . .
We live for those intimate moments. The obvious point in saying that is the intimacy of some of the video we share. The subtle part of the statement is the word moments. You don’t just. . .
Written by: Jenny Mayrell-Woodruff, Fly Fish Beavers Bend
That’s no bonefish, even though it was landed on a set up more approriate for smaller quarry.
Photo by Rob Woodruff
My husband, Orvis-endorsed guide Rob Woodruff, and I were married at El Pescador in Belize back in 2013. Since then, we have been fortunate enough to return at least twice a year on our hosted . . .
Written by: Cynthia Harkness, Orvis Dedham (MA)
Cynthia is all smiles after achieving her dream of landing a tarpon on the fly.
Photos courtesy Cynthia Harkness
In September, I hosted a fantastic group of female anglers on a fly-fishing adventure to El Pescador, in Belize, through Orvis Travel. It was a trip of many firsts: . . .
The Met4 Casting Divas. Front: Amy Feuss, Anne Woodward, Christine Rogers, Susan McCoy.
Rear: Janet Teigue, Mary Kelley, Jean Lowe, Sheila Isoke, Deanna Duncan.Photo by Glenn Whittington/Mountain Creative
There is no real way to tell this story—and it would be a disservice to these women to do so—without stating the obvious up front. This was a Casting for Recovery retreat, the first of its kind for . . .
Marty and guide Chris Taylor celebrate another rainbow trout from the San Juan.
If you think that fly fishing is a difficult sport, check out this inspirational video about a woman named Marty Loudder–an associate dean and professor of accounting at Texas A&M–who decided to . . .
Written by: Sam Orvis, Manufacturing Engineer at the Orvis Rod Shop
The iconic Matterhorn loomed in the distance as Sam and Katy landed four species of fish.
Photo by Katy Orvis
A couple weeks ago, my wife, Katy, and I fished high in the Swiss Alps with a guide named Kirk who runs Fly Fish Zermatt. When Kirk first discovered that there was a healthy population of trout in . . .
In this week’s Master Class Monday, Dave Jensen trains his camera on a feeding trout and narrates what he sees. But more importantly, he talks about how his observations inform his tactics. Not . . .
Aimee and I once spent an entire summer living out of our van, gallivanting around the western United States and soaking in every bit of its wondrous beauty. But where would we go from . . .
Casting for Recovery (CfR), a national nonprofit organization providing free fly fishing retreats for women with breast cancer, was honored last week as one of this year’s Everyday 100 from . . .