Sunday, December 9, 2018
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...
Written by: Jeremy Kehrein, Sporting Travel Program Manager for Orvis Adventures Almost five feet of Mongolian taimen is a lot to handle. Photo courtesy Fish Mongolia Last week, Dr. Jay Neumann and his guide/zen master Zolboo Bodonguud from Fish Mongolia were...
It’s Day 14 of our “20 September Days” Photo Contest, which means that we are almost halfway through our challenge. I’ve missed just one day so far; how about you? I must admit, though, that the first two...
Trout often feed in tricky eddies on the other side of the current. Many fly fishers don’t even notice these places, and those that do often have difficulties catching trout that live in these...
Many anglers find that their casting technique goes to pieces when they tie on a heavy streamer or large bass bug. In this great clip from “The Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing,” Orvis casting...
Written by: Vito Rubino, Fly Fishing Specialist at Orvis UK The Italian Alps offer spectacular scenery, gorgeous rivers, and a variety of target species. Photos by Vito Rubino I like to think that, in a couple of years, Italy will be...
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 was a pretty slow week for great fly-fishing videos, but we have...
By: Orvis Staff An adult eastern deer tick, one of the prime vectors of Lyme disease. Photos courtesy the United States Department of Agriculture, via Wikipedia Yes—ticks are active in winter, but their abundance and exploits are tied closely to the...
Written by: John Bleh, Rio Manso, 2015 Orvis Endorsed International Destination of the Year You can tailor a Patagonia trip to fit your desires and angling preferences. All photos courtesy Rio Manso Lodge Everyone has a favorite type of fly fishing,...
This dark, gorgeous beast fell for a small blue-winged olive imitation right a dusk. Look at those spots! All photos by Sandy Hays One of the difficult things about going on a fly-fishing expedition with a photographer is that you...
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