Dr. Brandon Shuler of the Ocean Conservancy—and author of Glory of the Silver King: The Golden Age of Tarpon Fishing—sent us these great photos of his five-year-old son, Parker, along with a note: . . .
Welcome to another edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. Here are 15 new videos to get you. . .
It’s the final day of Vermont’s open trout season, and since many other states also close for spawning and winter, it seems appropriate to post this primer for how to ensure that your gear is ready to go next time you hit the water, which may be months away.
It took maybe all of one second to answer the question, “Do you want to go to Mongolia?” Ever since I ﬁrst learned about taimen, a trip to Asia was at the top of my bucket list. Should one be presented a question such as this, one is wise to rearrange all other. . .
Tom’s back again for another Q&A on Twitter tomorrow, October 30. We’ve moved the time a bit to help our friends on the west coast. . .
Sure, this seems to be an advertisement for an outfitter, but it’s also a cool look at two of the major regions for Atlantic salmon fishing in Iceland. The rivers look spectacular, although descending that cliff by hanging onto a rope looks. . .
The RS2 pattern was developed more than 30 years ago by Colorado angler and tier Rim Chung. The name of the fly is short for “Rim’s Semblance 2,” and it fishes well as both a midge or a mayfly emerger. The original version featured natural beaver fur dubbing and. . .