Is Montana’s river and stream access law the ‘Best in the West’? We sure as hell think so, though we’re just a group of moronic trout guys according to some of our new neighbors here on the left coast. Access to public waters and lands, though particularly public waters, has been a passion of ours […]
Slater’s Tugboat from DeltaTroutForce on Vimeo.
Purely Pacific Northwest from John Eklund on Vimeo.
From Yellowstone’s news feed yesterday – Yellowstone is known as a prime destination for anglers. However, protecting and preserving the park’s world class trout fisheries is an ever increasing challenge. Park staff members will travel to nearby communities in the coming weeks to talk with anglers about the ongoing efforts to restore native fish species, […]
FLASHBACK from Fly Fishing Culture on Vimeo.
While it’s just one guy’s opinion that nobody asked for, I’d argue that the gang at Southern Culture on the Fly is very probably putting out the best digital flip mag in fly fishing right now (at least in North America). Consistently offering top notch photography, compelling reads and creative vids all done from North […]
Chi Wulff is now on Instagram (chi_wulff) along with several other members of the Chi Wulff gang including Jake (dryflyjake), Shane (shane_rickert) and Jess (firegirl_jess). If I had paid attention and seen how much fun it is we’d have been there sooner.
A Drift Inside from Keith Brauneis on Vimeo.
Summer Missin’ Bonefishin’ Part 2 from fishalong on Vimeo.
G.P.S. Nymph from confluenze magazine on Vimeo.
These are stable, compact and uber-manageable drifter rigs that have sweet lines. Via Wooden Boat People.
Two days ago a long lost fly fishing buddy, let’s just call him RC from Salt Lake City, called. Not to reconnect after a decade and change estranged. Not to check on the family. Not even to ask about fishing conditions or beg a bed and a hot shower on his next run to fish […]
The River trailer from RT on Vimeo.
Sometimes your neighbors on the jetty are just as interesting as the fish. Port Aransas, Texas. Images by Fire Girl Jess.
A couple of weeks ago She Who Must Be Obeyed and I were strolling through our local fruit and vegetable market, weaving among the orchard pallets of mostly apples and pears when I spied a crate of those smallish, round, ‘personal’ watermelons. It’d been months since we’ve seen watermelons of any sort in these parts […]