A couple stories involving tech gadgets for dogs caught my eye this morning, and I can’t help but assume this will be a growing trend – adapting the gadgets that obsess us humans for use by our pups. The question is: is this useful (or even healthy) for our four-legged friends?
Here’s a gorgeous trailer for “Waypoints,” an upcoming film from Jim Klug and Chris Patterson of Confluence Films. They are trying something cool and new for the release: . . .
Written by: Bryan Eldredge
Fishing with Bill Reed, Doug Best, and Doug Bear was a real treat. Guides meet people of all kinds of skill and ability, but rarely do you get a chance to spend the day with three anglers as talented these guys. I love teaching novice anglers, but it was sure fun to watch this group just take a river apart. Even better, we got to. . .
Here we go again. A disabled veteran and his service dog were thrown out of a Massachusetts diner, despite the fact that James Glasser, who suffers from PTSD, had the papers to prove that the dog, Jack, was a trained. . .
Written by: Peter Kutzer
Welcome to another installment of “Ask an Orvis Fly-Fishing Instructor,” with me, Peter Kutzer. In this episode, I demonstrate how to make a water haul, which uses the water tension and the force of the current on your line to load the rod. By loading the rod this way, you can make a quick, accurate upstream presentation without. . .
Written 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. . .
In what authorities are calling the second-biggest dog fighting bust in U.S. history, state and federal agents executed 13 search warrants in Georgia and Alabama on Friday. Some 367 dogs were rescued and 11 people taken into. . .
We love to get photos from Orvis News readers, so we can see where they’re fishing and what they’re catching. Several folks have asked how they can submit a photos for a “Picture of the Day” or anything on the Fly Fishing blog. It’s easy, and there are. . .
Police officers take a vow to “serve and protect,” and a couple of bicycle cops in Prince William, Virginia, applied that to a little dog they came across earlier this summer. . .