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. It was a pretty slow week, as far as numbers . . .
Written by: Drew Price
I first met Lauren Dunn in August of this year. Her dad, Brian, had contacted me to see if I was available to target some bowfin for potential IGFA women’s line-class world records. Lauren . . .
Conventional wisdom says that 10 percent of fishermen catch 90 percent of the fish. Most people assume that these elite “10 percenters” enjoy so much success because of their superior . . .
Here is an absolutely glorious video from the grassy flats off Charleston, South Carolina, where—when the tides and winds are just right—you can experience incredible fishing for tailing . . .
It’s been a tough fall for anglers on the Battenkill, as drought conditions include extremely low and clear water. But last weekend, my friend Doug Lyons found that cooler temperatures had made . . .
The brown trout (Salmo trutta) has earned a reputation as the wariest and wiliest opponent a river angler can face. Whereas a brookie or a cutthroat will often attack flies with gullible abandon, browns are usually more discriminating. The larger specimens, especially, are often. . .
Hey there! We are celebrating the peak of fall, and with winter on the faint horizon, we are giving away a Barbour layering system . . .
Here’s a cool, ruminative video from Wesley Johnson that ponders the question of why fly fishing is so important to so many of us. As the video features beautiful shots of the water, birds, and . . .
Fishing season is about to close here in Vermont, but it’s pretty much still all we think about. So we’re going to celebrate another great year on the water by giving away a Helios 2 fly . . .