Daily Archives: May 8, 2022

Fly Fishing with Eels – Flylords Mag

Fly fishing has its animal hazards. In Tasmania and Australia, snakes are a concern. In North America Rocky Mountain headwaters, grizzly bears, wolves and cougars are rare but an ever-present concern. If you head out to fly fish arctic char or famed trophy book trout rivers of the Hudson Bay region, polar bears might treat you like a Scoobie-snack.  One…

Orvis Podcast: Dylan Tomine on Fly Fishing

Orvis Podcast: Dylan Tomine on Fly Fishing

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with renowned fly fishing writer Dylan Tomine to talk shop about the other pleasures of fly fishing. As someone who’s working my way through Tomine’s most recent book – Headwaters – this was a fun podcast for me. Listen to it here. The post Orvis Podcast: Dylan Tomine on Fly Fishing appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

Historic Tales of Gasparilla Island

Historic Tales of Gasparilla Island

David Futch just released his new book Historic Tales of Gasparilla Island, published by Arcadia Publishing. Natural beauty and the sportfishing life brought the Cabots, Vanderbilts, and Du Ponts to this island paradise, where local fishing families danced, ate, and drank with the rich and famous at their castles on the beach. As the wealthy played, they relied on locals…

Buffalo Jackson | Ron Smith

Buffalo Jackson | Ron Smith

Ron Smith is the most unlikely of ministers who, in the cold stream waters of the west, has found full meaning through trout and guiding … The post Buffalo Jackson | Ron Smith appeared first on Moldy Chum. Source link

Women on the Water: Mia Sheppard

Women on the Water: Mia Sheppard

For this Mother’s Day, we wanted to highlight Mia Sheppard. Mia owns and operates an outfitter with her husband Marty, is the mother to a 14-year-old, and is a passionate advocate for her local rivers. We were able to get out on the water with Mia and her 14-year-old daughter Tegan for a memorable day on the Deschutes River. Check…

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