Written by: Frank Seifert, Orvis Roseville This was the prize after many hours of driving and hiking. And it was worth it.All photos courtesy Frank Seifert Deep in the Sierra Nevada of California lives a trout so rare and unique that it has become almost mystical. The fish I am referring to is the Paiute
Welcome to another edition of our fly-fishing trivia challenge, where we test your knowledge of all things fly fishing, and where you might learn a thing or two about this sport we love. This week, we’ve got a. . .
Here’s some very cool footage from Slovenia, shot with a backpack mounted GoPro, which offers a novel perspective on the action. (It would be cool if he could figure out a way to stabilize the. . .
Big changes are afoot at Orvis New York. The Fishing Department, which has been located at our store at 44th and 5th, has moved down the street to 489 Fifth Ave., right across from the main entrance to the. . .
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Some of the best dry-fly action of late summer and fall features trout feeding on Isonychia adults. As Tim Flagler notes in this video, fish seems to eat these mayflies even when there are very few on. . .
The latest issue of Revive is full of great photos and articles covering everything from native species, to the fishery in the Los Angeles River, to great pike flies from Norbert Renaud. Plus, there are articles on. . .
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