Daily Archives: June 2, 2022

Angler Story of the Week: John & Kasix Sherman

Angler Story of the Week: John & Kasix Sherman

“I have been chasing Delta Carp for 15 years now and it has been an incredible journey. I was out with my 11 year old son @kasixsherman on a glorious May day. It was all about him and he had just landed a 14 pound Delta Carp. Kasix was stoked and said “Dad you’re up!” Kasix Sherman with his 14…

Lanternflies: Squash ‘Em, Report ‘Em, and Fish ‘Em!

Lanternflies: Squash ‘Em, Report ‘Em, and Fish ‘Em!

Lanternflies are a tasty morsel for the hungry fish and a relatively easy tie! A fly pattern (left) next to the real deal spotted lanternfly (right) As quickly as spring mayfly hatches come, they disappear just as fast, leaving us thinking about summer fishing with terrestrials. As a seasoned fly angler, I’ve thrown this term around in the past, thinking…

2022 Cheeky Schoolie Tournament Recap

For the past 11 years, the Cheeky Schoolie Tournament has been an event glued on our calendars. For many anglers, it marks the beginning of their New England striper season, and for others, it’s a chance to gather with fellow striper fanatics on the Cape before the high-summer season begins on Memorial Day Weekend when the beaches fill up with…

Flylords Father’s Day Fly Fishing Gift Guide

Flylords Father’s Day Fly Fishing Gift Guide

With Father’s Day right around the corner, the search for the perfect gift for dad has officially begun. Our team is proud to present some of the hottest fly fishing gifts on the market along with some other adventure-ready favorites in this year’s Flylords Father’s Day Fly Fishing Gift Guide. From any preference and price range, we have something that’s…

Court Orders Hatchery Release Smolts into North Umpqua

Court Orders Hatchery Release Smolts into North Umpqua

On May 19th, a Circuit Court Judge ordered the Rock Creek Hatchery, on Oregon’s famed North Umpqua River, to “voluntarily release” 70,000 hatchery summer steelhead smolts. The North Umpqua is one of those famed wild steelhead rivers that you’ve likely heard lots about. Its runs of wild winter steelhead–when no stocking occurs–have held fairly consistent in…

Video: The Rise, Heads and Tails

Few things can get a fly fisher’s blood pumping like seeing a large trout come to the surface. Check out this cool, mesmerizing video from Norway featuring big browns eating bugs on top. That trout. . . The post Video: The Rise, Heads and Tails appeared first on Orvis News. Source link

The Monster in Our Closet

The Monster in Our Closet

Not to mention the microfibers that go down the drain when we wash all that fleece. Plastics are essential to building durable, high-performance clothing. But they’re also accelerating the environmental crisis, from the fossil fuels used to make materials like polyester to the plastic pollution that piles up once that clothing has been tossed. Through the eyes of a lawyer,…