Photos: Back to Arizona for High-Country Trout

Written by: Tyler Coleman


A trip back to the author’s home state produced a magical day of fishing.
Photo by Rickey Furbee

As I headed off to the state I called home for most my life, the excitement of familiar waters was setting in. I knew that with fall came aggressive feeding and bold colors, so I couldn’t . . .

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Photos: Chasing Steel in Lake Erie Tributaries


Written by: Phil Monahan

Nate Palmer hoists a chunky fish.
Photos courtesy Andrew Nisbet

Orvis Buffalo Fishing Manager and resident steelheadmeister, Drew Nisbet, has been spending a lot of time on his local Lake Erie tributaries with his buddies over the past week, and he’s . . .

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Classic Photo Essay: Losing My Marbles in Slovenia


Written by: Phil Monahan

My largest marble trout of the trip, caught in the Soča Canyon, put up a great fight.
Photos by Sandy Hays

The email from my friend in Slovenia, Matt Calderaro, had a pretty humdrum subject line: “to bring.” But when I opened the email, I had to read it a couple times before I fully. . .

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Fish Facts: Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)


Written by: Phil Monahan

Alaska is home to some of the largest native rainbows in the world.
Photo courtesy Crystal Creek Lodge

The most widely cultivated trout species in the world, rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) are bred for sport and food, and they inhabit lakes and streams on every continent except . . .

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