Empire State SALMON - Eugene Jones
My friend, Casey, and I both work full time, but when he texted, “Salmon are in,” I knew my schedule had to be rearranged. Then he pasted in New ...
Lake of A Million Big Trout - Bill Herzog
If you love to fly fish for large trout in lakes, put Henry’s Lake in Idaho on the must-do list this summer/fall.
Centennial Valley in southwest M...
The Crossroads of Fly Fishing and Meditation by Bruce Ketchum
When we go fly fishing we’re not thinking about the things that cause us stress or aggravation.
We soak up our surroundings along a stream and ...
Fly Fishing Returns to the Bahamas! by Len Waldron
Despite the One-Two Punch of Hurricane Dorian and by Covid-19, the faith and resolve of the Bahamian people have brought tourism and most importan...
Columbia Sportswear Owner Tim Boyle's First Catch on the Fly!
BIRDS, BEETLES, AND THE TRUTHS OF SUCCESS
In an age where social media wants you to believe the other guy’s life is rich and easy, two industry gia...
Skinny Water… and Fat Striped Bass by Angelo Peluso
The only sound that disturbed the silence and gently broke our focused concentration was the ever-so-slight rush of water past the fiberglass hull ...
Mackenzie River in the Long Ago | Blaine Hallock (From Early Northwest Fly Fishing)
It is nearly thirty-five years since my first trip to the MacKenzie, yet so vividly etched in memory are the recollections of that far away weeken...
Net Man by Len Waldron
Greg Madrigal has always been a hands-on guy. Reared in Nampa, Idaho, shop work was part of his upbringing.
“Above all else, I consider myself a...
A College Course on Fly Fishing by Willard Greenwood
Since 2009, I have taught a course on fly fishing at Hiram College in Ohio that has involved over a 125 students, hundreds of essays, nail knots,...
Fly Fishing Article "Original Sin" by Bryan Anglerson
The brook trout was revived enough for Adam to loosen his grip, and the trout drifted slowly to a resting spot behind a rock a few feet from Adam....
The Northwest Revolution in Steelhead Flies by Dave McNeese
Syd’s most famous fishing fly, the Orange Heron first fished in 1959. This photograph dates to 1977.
How revolutionary Washingtonian Syd Glasso ...
Power Lung Kid by Cameron Scott
A name is a thing that fits. A thing that suits. Knows no bounds.
A name is also a thing that dresses.
But sometimes names are just plain wron...
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