We are a few weeks into the season on the Bighorn River, excited and looking forward to a fresh start. The spring fishing has been good, and the size of trout being caught is similar to the early years, when the average size was 16 to 18 inches long. The . . .
Last week I, had the opportunity to participate in the Two Fly Foundation's annual fundraising fly-fishing tournament in Wyoming. Originally formed to promote corporate philanthropy by companies operating in the Cowboy State, the . . .
Facebook tells me that it’s our old pal Rolf Nylinder‘s birthday, so it seems proper to share his latest film, which is a beautiful story about exploring his home waters in search of trout. A stay-at-home dad, Rolf no longer has the luxury of traveling to the far . . .
This beautiful central-Pennsylvania brown trout was caught by Amidea Daniel, using a Higa's SOS nymph, while fishing a soft edge in high water. The size 14 SOS, with a bright-red holographic tinsel flashback, is one of her favorite patterns, when . . .
Although large brown trout feed mostly on baitfish and insect larvae, they will come to the surface when there is a sizable insect hatch. You can tell how confident this fish is by the way it stays near the. . .
The beautiful browns of the Gunnison Gorge were like icing on the cake of this incredible trip.
The temperature is unseasonably warm, even for western Colorado. We wait in the shade, knowing the hike ahead will offer ample opportunity for sun and sweat. We pass the time nervously with last-minute Macgyvering of our packs and . . .
Two things we really love around here are dogs and wild trout. Filmmaker Ben Kraushaar is back with another great video featuring Anna Ortega and friend, fishing for trout and having fun on a small stream in Wyoming. The slanted light of fall . . .
This is a glorious video shot on the waters of Slovenian's Soca Valley, including some of the smaller tributaries. The crystal-clear water allows for incredible sight-fishing opportunities, and the scenes of big trout taking flies will . . .