chris_hunt's posts

+6
+
Blog Post BY chris_hunt ON February 24, 2017 - 1 COMMENTS
Fly tying: Ken's Crystal Worm
I have the same discussion with a lot of different folks about this time every year. Are flies that imitate worms ... ethical? 
+6
+
Blog Post BY chris_hunt ON February 24, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
Voices from the River: Gages
Fishing for steelhead at the mouth of the Carmel River in the 1960s. By Sam Davidson For most of the past year we have been living next to a river. This has changed the way I think about streams, and fishing.
+9
+
Special thanks to Carolyn Thomas, a middle school science teacher at Wildwood Middle School in Shenandoah Junction, WV for today's video.
+4
+
I first met Travis Swartz several years back, when the first "Hank Patterson" videos hit YouTube and became all the range.
+9
+
By Randy Scholfield Here on the Front Range, where plains meet mountains, winter weather is always unpredictable, a hit-and-run affair. We might get a foot of snow—and three days later, it’s 70 degrees and you get a hatch of Boulder dudes in shorts and flip-flops. 
+8
+
Justin Pickett at Gink and Gasoline tackles an interesting phenomenon in the fly fishing world: anglers who abhore the idea of fishing private water for massive trout and aren't shy about trashing those who do.
+5
+
Steelhead fishing is an exercise in patience, no matter where you chase these majestic fish. My first two steelhead trips were fruitless endeavors—I spent hours casting over Idaho's Salmon River with nothing to show for it but a sore shoulder a bout with frustration.
+5
+
Blog Post BY chris_hunt ON February 21, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
Video spotlight: The Dorado
What do you get when you send one of the world's best-known steelhead anglers into the Bolivian jungle with a spey rod?
+9
+
"In a day when we live in such a “NIMBY” culture, how cool is it that there are people who are pouring time, and effort, and money into an ideal?"
+11
+
Blog Post BY chris_hunt ON February 17, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
Video spotlight: Brook Trout Country
Our video post yesterday on an upcoming brook trout film got a lot of traction—it's clear that I'm not the only guy out there who loves brookies, even if catching them here in the West means I'm catching a non-native fish that's likely contributed to the decline of native cutthroat trout.