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Join us for a round table discussion on the future of women anglers at the Marlborough and Somerset Fly Fishing shows this January. Be a part of a casual conversation with women on the future of women anglers. Let your voice and opiniion be heard. Swap stories with other anglers, conservationists,... [ READ MORE... ]
One Man Can Make A Difference
One man can make a difference! A year ago I set out to promote conservation through education on a creek right across the street from my "front porch". The creek is a tributary named Four Mile Creek and is set in a nature preserve owned by... [ READ MORE... ]
In 2013 Colorado suffered some of the most devastating flooding in recent memory. The financial damages coming in at an estimated $2 billion are astounding. But the damages don’t just stop at the financial level either. Lives and livelihoods were lost because of the extremely high waters that... [ READ MORE... ]
Trail mix? Chips? Granola bars? Gummy bears? Baby back ribs?
When you get hungry on the river, what's your go-to snack?
If you could be fishing anywhere right now, where would you be?
High in the Rockies? Waist-deep in a coastal steelhead stream? Sightfishing to enormous brown trout in New Zealand?
Anyone who has ever fished Utah’s Weber River knows that it is one of the last best places to catch big, native, Bonneville cutthroat trout. Even so, numbers of these fish have been in decline in recent decades and it has been more difficult to find those ‘honey holes’ that the old timers like to... [ READ MORE... ]
Few phrases enshrined in the Pantheon of fishing clichés are more recognizable, or shopworn, than “The fishing ain’t what it used to be.” Few, too, are more universally accepted as representing an unfortunate truth about the state of our sport.
On the legendary Railroad Ranch of Idaho’s Henry’s... [ READ MORE... ]
Kim Brannock was trail running along the Deschutes in Bend Ore. when she noticed a pool of water in a dewatered side channel. The pool was full of fish struggling to survive in the small pool of warm, de-oxygenated water.
Rather than sit idly by, Brannock decided to to what she could to help. This... [ READ MORE... ]
Fall is my favorite season in Yellowstone Country. The crowds thin out, the colors change, the fishing picks up and the wildlife comes out in full force. Nothing says “autumn” to me like swinging flies on the Madison in the park.
The past few weeks have thrown off my calendar, though — the park has... [ READ MORE... ]