5 Questions with Chris Hunt: The Voice of Trout Unlimited

Hunt landed this stunning 27-inch brown on a trip to Argentina. Photos courtesy Chris Hunt
For most of us in the fly-fishing press, Chris Hunt is the go-to guy when we have questions or need a statement about Trout Unlimited’s work. As National Communications Director for the. . .

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Photo of the day: An Atlantic Salmon of a Lifetime

Written by: Alberto Rey


A Great Lakes steelhead-and-trout guy struck silver on a trip to Iceland.
Photo courtesy Alberto Rey
I was fortunate to land this gorgeous Atlantic salmon last night at 8:15 here on the Jokla River in eastern Iceland. My 14-year-old son, Diego, and my buddy, Matt, video taped the ungraceful. . .

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Classic Pro Tip: How to Fish Behind a Midstream Rock


The best way to approach a midstream rock is from downstream.
Photo by Sandy Hays

One of the first things a fly fisher learns is that trout like to sit behind rocks. (They also like to sit in front of rocks, but that’s another post.) The problem of presenting a fly to these fish is caused. . .

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Classic Pro Tip: How to Fish Behind a Midstream Rock

The best way to approach a midstream rock is from downstream. Photo by Sandy Hays
One of the first things a fly fisher learns is that trout like to sit behind rocks. (They also like to sit in front of rocks, but that’s another post.) The problem of presenting a fly to these fish is caused. . .

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Photo Essay: Another “Steelhead and Spines” Adventure to Southeast Alaska

Written by: Ian Provo, The Provo Bros

Neil and our friend Cody with a nice steelhead.
My brother Neil and I just finished up another "Steelhead and Spines" journey to Southeast Alaska. For us, it's the most important migration of the year. In the springtime, the mountains are in. . .

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Museum Pieces: Oh, The Horror!

Written by: Peter Nardini, American Museum of Fly Fishing

The Horror was the precursor to many of today's most famous and productive bonefish flies. Photos courtesy AMFF
The Director of the Bermuda Fishing Information Bureau, Pete Perinchief, designed The Horror pattern in the 1950s after a frustrating trip to the Florida Keys with Joe and Mary. . .

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