Sunday, December 9, 2018
David Mangum of Shallow Water Expeditions has been a fixture on this blog for years–both for his guiding and his video work. Now Mangum is the subject of a new film from Felt...
Parachutes give some tiers fits, and tiny parachutes can be downright maddening. Luckily, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions has figured out a way to make the whole process simpler, producing a well-proportioned, cleaned fly in...
Written and painted by: Bob White “Christmas Day,” Watercolor. We have featured the gorgeous art of Bob White many times on this blog (see here, here, here, and here, for example), and he was an Orvis News Trout Bum of the Week. He recently posted...
Drag on a dry fly or nymph can be insidious, causing you to get more refusals, misses, and bad hook sets. Sometimes, this drag is barely visible to the fly fisher, either on a...
 We believe in the power of nature to replenish our spirit and restore balance to our lives. That’s why, each day from today through Christmas Day, we will post a “Moment of Chill”—a short...
Today's #momentofchill is from from Todd Moen, of CATCH Magazine, featuring legendary photographer and angler Brian O’Keefe casting in Alaska as a new friend munches nearby. It is quite common to see a . . . The post #MomentofChill...
Welcome to the latest edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. This week, we’ve got 16 great videos, from some amazing locations, including the...
On an early November evening, Reid returns from Orvis Sandanona with Gun Room Manager Greg Carpiniello. Recorded on a mobile unit that captures the sound of rain on the windshield, the two discuss the...
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ new report on Pebble Mine seems awfully short. Photo by Pat Clayton, Fish Eye Guy Photography Welcome to the latest installment of the Wednesday Wake-Up Call, a weekly roundup of the most pressing conservation...
Winter’s early sunsets mean more dog walks at dusk and after dark—along with additional dog walking safety concerns. In low light or dark conditions, visibility reduces significantly: car and truck drivers don’t see you or your dog as...
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