With trout fishing in full swing I reached out to my friend Shannon Skelton for some not-so-common insights into trout.
You’re looking at the pieces of equipment that—aside from personal floatation devices—all boaters (and every angler who fishes from a boat) should know and understand.
Deciding when to go fishing can be a complex issue.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and in this one there is a gal walking past a rack of life preservers on her way down the gangplank.
As most of you fly fishing enthusiasts probably know, a number of states (Alaska, Vermont, etc.) have banned the use of felt soles on wading boots.
I have always thought the less noise emanating from a boat the better.
A bunch of us were sitting around changing out rusted trebles, tying flies, and other stuff that usually accompanies those activities.
Sometimes, losing your footing and falling in the river — especially when you are wearing waders — is no laughing matter.
Crappie is a very popular sport fish in the U.S.
A few days ago I was petting one of my English setters and I pulled a big clump of hair from her side.