Welcome to the latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, brought to you from the Holiday Inn Downtown, in Missoula, Montana. Here’s a cool dozen videos from around. . .
There’s an old saying among fishermen: You can’t catch fish if your line isn’t in the water. I believe that this is one of the reasons that wives often outfished their more-experienced husbands on. . .
For the past three years, I have started each trip to Missoula for the Orvis Guide Rendezvous by fishing with my childhood friend, Lisa Savard. We went to Sanborn Regional Middle. . .
This week, I thought it would be a good idea to review the basic overhead cast, as many of us have gotten rusty over the winter. Even experienced casters will get some valuable. . .
Here is some very cool footage from the 1920s(?) of anglers steelheading on Canada’s Vancouver Island. Brigadier General Noel Money fishes the Stamp River with traditional Spey gear, and it. . .
The original Usual dry fly was created by Fran Betters of Wilmington, New York, who specialized in fishing the fast water of the West Branch of the Au Sable. To do so, he needed flies that. . .
I’m going to state right off the bat that, when it comes to joining pieces of monofilament, I am a blood-knot guy. There are several reasons: It’s the knot I learned first, and I’ve tied it enough that I can tie. . .