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 . . .
Nestled between the Arizona and Utah boarders, Lake Powell is the country's second-largest man-made reservoir, behind Lake Mead. It was created by the Glen Canyon Dam--yes, the same dam responsible for such famous trout spots as Horseshoe Bend . . .
What if I told you of a mysterious place where dragons are real, fish strike with ferocity, and the islands shiver, amid the relentless heat of Indian Ocean sun? This is Indonesia—a nation made of more than 17,000 islands (no one knows the exact . . .
In January, my brother Wilson and I had the opportunity to return to Taiwan after having been away for 18 and 12 years, respectively. We were both born in the U.S., but our parents are from Taiwan and this trip was a long time coming. . . .
“Can we please change this fly?” Guide Dan Lembke--all six-foot-eight, two-hundred and ninety
pounds of him--was sitting in the center of the boat, rebuilding my wire leader
and considering what fly to tie on, . . .
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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 . . .
Written and photographed by: Nick Swingle
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 . . .
Written by: Derek Draplin
Last year, hundreds of thousands of tourists filed through the scenic lookouts over Kauai’s Waimea Canyon, also called the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific." Few of those tourists likely realized that non-native rainbow trout call the canyon’s small streams and . . .
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Written by: Chuck Coolidge
What do you do when you’re upland bird hunting in Washington State but need to give the dogs a rest (this applies to your feet as well as the actual animals)? It’s an easy solution. Drive twenty minutes to the Yakima River, and experience the same amazing . . .