A new project from The Flyfish Journal features a day spent on the Columbia River fly fishing for carp with John Montana. Read the essay by Liam Gallagher, with photos by Copi Vojta, and view the short film they made …
In this short film Copi Vojta, photo editor of the Flyfish Journal, searches for largemouth bass at Cain Lake near Bellingham, Washington. He also talks about adapting to the fisheries of the Northwest from his native Colorado. Via 48degreesnorth.
In case you haven’t seen it, our friends from the Flyfish Journal just released a stunning online essay highlighting the steelheading culture surrounding the infamous Skagit River – Regarded by many as the birthplace of modern steelheading as we know it today. The essay digs deep into the past, present, and future of the Skagit with some […]
Earlier this month our good friends from The Flyfish Journal, hands down one of our favorite fly fishing publications, joined us for their fifth consecutive ‘Bamahacon’ pilgrimage to Andros South. They just released a great online photo essay of their trip featuring stunning images, great writing, and video cut, and if you haven’t already, we urge you […]
Writers on the Fly is a monthly event that features various fly fishing writers and artists who work in different mediums. The upcoming gathering will feature Jason Rolfe, Steve Duda (editor of The Flyfish Journal), and the photography of Copi … more ?
A microsite by the The Flyfish Journal features photos, an essay and video of their annual BahamaCon get together, hosted at Andros South Bonefish Lodge in the Bahamas. Don’t miss this great spread. The sixth annual Surface Film event will … more ?
This is a pretty cool trip report. I love this format. It makes me wish I were, ya know, better at this stuff. Please… check it out. I love the feel of this. It feels more like what a story on the web should look like in 2016, as opposed to the standard blog presentation. […]
A couple weeks ago we were joined by our good friends from The Flyfish Journal for their annual ‘Bahamacon’ pilgrimage to Andros South. They put together a pretty awesome photo feature together of their trip featuring some killer photos and great writing, and if you haven’t stumbled across it yet, be sure to check it […]
In this wonderful short film, Steve Duda reads an abridged essay originally published in The Flyfish Journal. Via Waist Deep Media.
From John Gussman. The chinook are now coming home to spawn in the dam free Elwha River. (via:The Flyfish Journal)
Copi Vojta interviews photographer Russell Schnitzer in a recent issue of The Flyfish Journal, covering everything from philosophy of the craft to film projects. The conversation can also be read in full online. Terrestrial fly patterns aren’t just for summer. … more ?
Tonight @ 7:00pm Emerald Water Anglers in Seattle, Washington. Featured Non-ProfitBackcountry Hunters & Anglers With beer and goodies provided by Georgetown Brewing Co. and The Flyfish Journal.
We were fortunate recently to host our good friends at the Flyfish Journal for their annual ‘BahamaCon’ pilgrimage to Andros South. They put a video together highlighting their trip, and today we share that video with you. Enjoy! They also put together a fantastic photo essay on their website as well. Be sure to check it […]
The Flyfish Journal's annual trip to the Bahamas and Andros South for BahamaCon, a meeting of the minds over sand, conch, and bonefish. MORE....
The gang from The Flyfish Journal hosted their first BahamaCon trip at Andros South last month. They put together a few articles during the course of their trip, and we thought we’d pass them on! FlyFish Journal Reports from Andros South First Day Tarpon Bump Up the Awesome Wrap More Reports from Andros South Bonefish […]
Anyone who has ever swirled a double mysis shrimp rig through the toliet bowl has wondered what it must look like down there. Well wonder no more. via: The Flyfish Journal
The Flyfish Journal crew will be joining us at Andros South in a few weeks and they’re extending the invite to anyone interested in an epic week of bonefishing! We’re big fans of the Flyfish Journal here at Deneki and we always look forward to the newest edition. In fact, the most recent issue featured […]
North Fork Studios has released this scene from Wild Reverence to coincide with the upcoming WDFW public meeting in Centralia regarding wild steelhead gene banks on the Green and North Fork Toutle Rivers. (via: The FlyFish Journal) There should be a sizable contingent of wild steelhead advocates in attendance at the meeting in Centralia.
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The Flyfish Journal was recently recognized with a prestigious award at the Western Publishers Association banquet in Los Angeles. Named the country’s Best Consumer Quarterly, The Flyfish Journal was awarded the “Maggie” by a panel of publishing industry peers and veterans. LINK