Check out this cool, short trailer for a documentary about Captain Ty Loyd Jr., covering his explorations and adventures in Chokoloskee, Florida. There are plenty of great shots of. . .
Written by: Peter Nardini, American Museum of Fly Fishing
Editor’s note: The American Museum of Fly Fishing is located right next to the Orvis Flagship store in Manchester, Vermont. The folks from the museum will be sharing many of the cool items from their collection in an ongoing series called “Museum Pieces.” You can take a little virtual walk through part of the museum at the bottom of this post.
For the next couple of weeks we will take you out of the Leigh Perkins Gallery and give you an inside look at some fantastic items from our collection that are not currently on display. . . .
The Shakey Bealy is named for famed Yellowstone National Park ranger Frank Beals, who supposedly would shake with anticipation on the morning of a fishing trip. (You can read a. . .
Since 2012 the Orvis/TU 1,000 Miles Campaign has reconnected over 500 miles of stream habitat. So what does that mean to you? How about more and healthier populations of trout, salmon, . . .
Andrew Harding (a.k.a. “troutboynz“) is back with another great video from the North Island of New Zealand, in which he and a couple of his buddies cast nymphs for big rainbows and. . .
Welcome to another installment of “Ask an Orvis Fly-Fishing Instructor,” with me, Peter Kutzer. In this episode, I demonstrate how to make a single-hand snake roll cast. Although you may have. . .
Okay, folks: watch closely. This is how you do it. You gear up, you walk down to the river, you make a cast. See? Fly fishing is easy. Kara Armano fishes the Fryingpan River near Basalt, . . .
In its most basic form, fishing for trout with streamers is one of the easier ways to catch fish with a fly rod: you simply cast across the river or across-and-downstream and then strip the fly back as. . .