When you think of dog stories coming out of China, with its anti-dog laws and dogmeat festivals, you usually don’t expect something uplifting. But here’s a beautiful story about a former. . .
A lot of great patterns–such as the Quill Gordon, the Stripped Peacock Quill Nymph, and the Blue Quill wet fly–feature bodies made from stripped peacock quills. For many tiers, making. . .
Welcome to another edition of our weekly (-ish) trivia challenge, in which we test your knowledge of all things fly fishing and where you might learn a thing or two about this. . .
A dog from a Minnesota rescue got himself in quick a pickle yesterday, when he got loose and made a run for a muddy marsh on the edge of a lake and got stuck. Shannon Bixby. . .
While this is not a fly-fishing video, it is a flying-fish video and most definitely the coolest thing you’ll see today. These scenes from an episode of the BBC’s “The Hunt” is called “Hunger at. . .
We’ve all seen the sorry look that our dogs give us when they know that they’ve done something wrong. (Or is it that they know they’re going to be punished?) Here’s a video that posits what could happen if they could. . .
Most of us learn first how to tie on a fly by using a clinch knot, and perhaps later we move on to something fancier or simpler. But if you want to use a knot that really allows a fly to have the. . .
It’s always fun to run into a good fly-fishing video shot right here in the Green Mountain State. Otter Creek is the longest river in Vermont, running some 112 miles from the western slopes. . .
We post frequently about the incredible work that police dogs perform every day, and today we are reminded that these brave, loyal dogs sometimes make the ultimate sacrifice. As French. . .