We sometimes don’t pay enough attention to sunlight and shade when fly fishing for trout. But as Dave Jensen shows–using an example of a large cutthroat trout rising in a mountain river–your approach must take these conditions into account. This . . .
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Today's #MomentofChill is from Tight Loops. Before tourist season begins, Yellowstone National Park is a serene place, and in high-country streams the trout that we love to catch are ensuring that another generation will swim in waters that the . . .
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In the fourth episode of Fly Fusion TV's third season, "Pure High," Fly Fusion magazine editors Derek Bird and Jim McLennan plan to fish a well-known stream, but due to fire closures, they end up high in the Rockies on a small lake at the base of a . . .
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Colorado has enjoyed some welcome snowfall in recent days, although a little white stuff certainly doesn't mean winter has arrived. It's still October, and Trouts Fly Fishing Online and Website Manager, Alex Kass, wanted to . . .
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Angler Brad Bonnet shows off an 8-pound Lahontan cutthroat trout at Pyramid Lake.
Photo by Bryan Glass
Days before any fishing trip to a new place, you’ll find me digging for as much information as I can. My internet favorites become littered with links to maps, fly-tying videos, forums, and blogs. A quick internet search about Pyramid Lake will not only . . .
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Written by: Tracy Nguyen-Chung
The Nehalem River could use even more protection than that proposed by the State of Oregon.
Photo by Tracy Nguyen-Chung
Oregon’s North Coast is an incomparable wonder, and home to the Nehalem River. (Nehalim is Salish for "place where people live.") Lush forests, a sweeping coastal estuary, and miles of . . .
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When I was a kid, 70 seemed impossibly old, but the more years I put behind me, the more my opinion changes. This new film from Chasing Scale is certainly inspirational for anyone who . . .
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Written by: Will Bayha
Will and Bridgit in the Lamar River canyon, in Yellowstone National Park.
Photos courtesy Will Bayha
When I first heard about the Orvis 50/50 On the Water campaign, I loved the idea to inspire and celebrate women in fly fishing. I knew that’s exactly what I wanted to do with my girlfriend, . . .
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Written by: Tyler Coleman
Catching native trout in their native range teaches us a lot about conservation. Plus, it's a blast!
Photo by Tyler Coleman
After fishing the Arizona Wild Trout challenge, I was eager to find similar programs that could teach me about native trout species. One that stuck out to me was the Utah Cutthroat Slam because I . . .
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Written by: Aaron Smith
The Colorado River cutthroat trout is one of the four subspieces that make up the Utah Slam.
Photos by Aaron Smith
I first heard about the Utah Cutthroat Slam—which requires anglers to catch all four of Utah's native cutthroat trout subspecies in their historic range—just days after it had been introduced. The . . .
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