New rules only apply to salmonids, like trout, salmon, char and grayling The International Game Fish Association recently announced a change to its International Angling Rules, which are widely considered as the official rules of sport fishing. The recent change now allows anglers that are fly fishing to use two separate flies, or a “dropper” … Read more
Talk about going home again … Todd Moen of Catch Magazine just dropped his latest short film, and it hit me like a surge of nostalgia. I grew up in Colorado and went to college in Gunnison, where much of “Small Stream Colorado” was filmed. The countless little creeks that drain into the Taylor, East … Read more
By Andy Rasmussen I learned in school that rivers are the lifeblood of nature and civilization. Draining entire continents in their meandering course, the great river systems deliver lifegiving water and commerce to much of the earth’s surface. And as fishers we know that “eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.” On … Read more
A great shoe for wading wet in small streams
Tying a great Hare’s Ear variant, thanks to the creativity of Matt Callies of Loon Outdoors.
John Gierach joins Kirk Deeter on Thursday to talk about his new book, “Dumb Luck and the Kindness of Strangers.”
Ironically, 2020 is “The Year of the Rat.” Given how 2020 has unfolded so far, I actually consider that to be an insult to rats. But we are seeing some lifting of the pandemic fog where I live in Colorado and in many other places around the country—and fishing definitely stands to be affected… for better or worse.
There will be some changes to fishing in Yellowstone this summer, at least at the beginning of the season.
Learning solid fishing skills on small water helps you with all angling situations
More than 50 years ago, TU’s mission was still centered around cold, clean water