Here’s Hobson’s entry for 31st July: Sunday. Captain, William and others came on board. at work all morning on the anchors, also wrote home. sweeping a little and reading the […]
Today we are starting a new feature, a daily diary entry from the journal of 16 year old Richard Peele Hobson aboard the ship Philanthropist, as it sailed from Liverpool […]
Red knots (Calidris canutus rufa) flying over Delaware. (Photo: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region / Flickr Creative Commons) - Scientists recently found two new coral communities in the Gulf of Mexico show signs of damage from the 2010 BP oil spill. Show More Summary
The International Federation of Fly Fishers will be holding it's 49th annual International Fly Fishing Fair next week at Park High School in Livingston, MT. LINK
Hey there, fellow angler! Since you like to fly fish, we think you’ll enjoy reading these three recent articles about fly fishing. Enjoy. Three Good Articles About Fly Fishing Don’t Put Off Your Bucket List. Louis at G&G nails it with the most important advice ever. Tell the EPA to Protect Bristol Bay. It’s easier […]
When swinging flies for salmon and steelhead, we find setting the hook to the side (as opposed to straight up) will result in more fish to the net. We often use the phrase ‘set towards the bank,’ however we realize this can be confusing when fishing anywhere other than a big long gravel bar. The […]
Tight Line Media's Kris Millgate has the update for the American Fly Fishing Trade Association.
Rare footage of legendary guide Steve Huff and famed angler Paul Bruun fishing together somewhere in the Everglades. This is a bi-annual trip that they have done together for almost 20 years. (via: Patagonia Fly Fishing)
Mark Raisler talking about dry fly fishing and the late-summer Trico hatch on the Missouri River in Craig, MT. Also featuring Braden Lewis and John Ewald.
Using a combination of data Ryple claims their app can predict fish activity based on the conditions for bug hatches. LINK
Did you know Patagonia has a fly fishing blog? I think I saw something like that, but forgot about it just as quickly (I have a 7 month old and I forget LOTS of things rather quickly these days). I’m a fan of Patagonia. I like the ethic of the company, if not the price […]
We do ’roundup’ posts every month or so on our blog – in which we give you lists of posts that are focused on one particular topic. We do this because we’ve written just over 1,900 posts about fly fishing since November of 2008, and chances are you haven’t read all of them. Today’s roundup […]
Just three days on the GoPro channel and already just shy of 40K views.
Remy (from "Remy's World") recently shared some helpful tips on the Huff Post blog. Here's some information for non-runners: Why do runners run? Why do runners run? You might as well ask, "Why do birds fly?" or "Why do fish swim?" or "Why do people buy scratch-off lottery tickets?" The answer to all those questions is the same: Because it's awesome. Show More Summary
Few things make me happier than spending time outdoors. Fly fishing is my main sport, but I can enjoy almost any activity that doesn’t put me at too much risk of injuring myself so that I can’t fish. One of the fun things about being an outdoor enthusiast is collecting gear. Even when you’re stuck […]
For those of you out there with a carbon fiber fetish behold the Riverworks Company USA. One advantage of not attending this year's show is we're currently not hung over post the Drake Fly fishing Video Award throw down.
Today we’re coming at you from a different angle with some fishing inspired artwork created by Alaska West guide Ben West. Not only is Ben a super fishy guide and all around great guy, he’s one heck of an artist as well! We were amazed the first time we saw his work, and we think […]
A banner reading “Keep Hookers off the Pier! Ban Fishing” will fly over Manhattan Beach as part of a lobbying effort by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ahead of a City Council vote on the issue Tuesday night.