If you think that fly fishing is a difficult sport, check out this inspirational video about a woman named Marty Loudder--an associate dean and professor of accounting at Texas A&M--who decided to . . .
This week we have a timely podcast—fishing for large brown trout in the fall. Noah Parker from Land of Enchantment Guides in New Mexico tells us how they fish for large browns during the late . . .
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Although one does not usually associate trout with the Sonoran Desert environment of Arizona and New Mexico, the Gila trout—as well as its close relative, the Apache trout—has survived in. . .
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Written by: Emily Roley, Taos Fly Shop
If you have lived in the West for very long, you know that it is a fool’s errand to claim that spring has sprung before you turn the calendar to May. April in the Rockies is glorious, if not . . .
Written by: Doc Thompson
The Caddis hatch is happening on the Rio Grande right now, which got me to thinking of some productive caddisfly patterns. The water is a bit high but definitely fishing and seeing some. . .
Written by: Tome Evenson, Western ELOG Program DirectorWhen recently visiting Vermejo Park Ranch, an Orvis Endorsed Lodge in Northern New Mexico, I got the chance to fish one of their twenty-one lakes. Fishing with head guide James Reidy. . .
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Written by: Wayne Thurber, Dos Amigos AnglersOn a recent fly-fishing trip, our client Doug caught this interesting rainbow. When I netted the fish, he reached into the mouth of the trout to remove the blue damselfly pattern. The first attempt was. . .
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