Written by: Stu Thompson
I’ve had not too bad a year. The fishing in Manitoba was unreal, as anglers were catching big browns, rainbows, brookies, tigers, and all the other types of fish we have.
Yesterday, I was on Lake St. Clair—just outside of Detroit and Windsor, Ontario—and it was cold, rainy, and windy with water temperatures in the high 40s. If someone had asked me last week if this would. . .
Written by: John Hill
[Editor's note: Colorado angler and blogger Jon Hill has become a somewhat regular contributor here, and his latest dispatch features some photos by his friend, Randy, a professional photographer.]
I had a great year chasing cutthroats in the high-country, so I thought I would head up to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of Minnesota and try my hand at some smallmouth and northern pike fishing. This would be my fifth trip to. . .
This beauty was caught a few days ago by Griffin Douthitt, a student at the University of Texas, caught this gorgeous bass on the San Marcos River in Central Texas during a float trip with his dad and. . .
[Editor's Note: Before he headed back to college, our great summer intern, Grant White, made a trip to California, where he got some fishing in.]
My summer internship at Orvis HQ officially ended a couple weeks ago, but the company’s wealth of connections has kept me pretty busy in my time since. Last week, my sister Katie and I met up with Orvis-endorsed guide Brian Slusser for a. . .
Written by: Mike Mazzoni
What were you doing at age 14? Two weeks ago, we had the pleasure of working with a young man by the name of Alex Gottlieb, visiting from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, as a short-term intern. This was his introduction to western trout fly fishing and the fishing service industry from a lodging standpoint, just as I had the opportunity to experience last season. Don’t be. . .