Fishing

Everything Fly Fishing & Bugs: Our Favorites

[ad_1] A Time to Care (for the Bugs)A Beginner’s Guide to Aquatic Bug Life & How to Match the HatchBugs UnlimitedThe Story of the Salmonfly Buffet5 Hatches To Fish Before You DieBugs Have Stories To Tell2022 F3T Behind the Lens: Cicada HatchGreen Drake BuffetFishing Tips: Caddis Hatches A Time to Care (for the Bugs) by Maggie Heumann A Time to…

Boots on the Ground for a Free-Flowing Lower Snake River

Boots on the Ground for a Free-Flowing Lower Snake River

[ad_1] Trout Week is a great time to get excited about, well, all things trout. While learning about some new water, a new fly fishing technique, or that new fly pattern is great—and might even help you catch some fish—Trout Unlimited works throughout the country to conserve trout fisheries and restore natural habitats, but by now you all probably know…

How to Tie: The Money Midge

How to Tie: The Money Midge

[ad_1] In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, Hopper Juan Ramirez ties the Money Midge, a midge nymph pattern that every angler should be keeping in mind for this winter. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Easy Midges are a food item that trout will consume year round. Leaving for the water without an arsenal of them is…

Pheasant Tail Nymph w/ an Orange Hot Spot: Fly Tying Video

Pheasant Tail Nymph w/ an Orange Hot Spot: Fly Tying Video

[ad_1] Jim Sens joins us in the shop to tie up a twist on an absolute classic. The pheasant tail nymph has been through the wringer and back with all of its variations and while we don’t mind fishing them with tungsten, that amount of weight defeats the whole purpose of why this fly was designed. In 1958 English River…

TU Costa 5 Rivers: Learn More!

[ad_1] The Trout Unlimited Costa 5 Rivers program is creating the most empowered, educated, and conservation-minded generation of college fly anglers in history. As the capstone of Trout Unlimited’s Headwaters Youth Program, we welcome young anglers of all skill levels and educate them about local, regional, and national issues critical to native trout and salmon. Here are our favorite articles about and…

TU Costa 5 Rivers – Building Community for College Anglers

TU Costa 5 Rivers – Building Community for College Anglers

[ad_1] The Trout Unlimited Costa 5 Rivers program is creating the most empowered, educated, and conservation-minded generation of college fly anglers in history. As the capstone of Trout Unlimited’s Headwaters Youth Program, we welcome young anglers of all skill levels and educate them about local, regional, and national issues critical to native trout and salmon. 5 Rivers clubs are active…

Changing Currents: How College Students are Changing Fly Fishing

[ad_1] Camping and fishing in the middle of a rainstorm wouldn’t usually be my idea of fun. But the Montana State Fly Fishing Club doesn’t let anyone rain on their parade. At the beginning of October, the Bozo Trout Bums held their semi-annual Women’s Fly Fishing trip on the Missouri River. This trip was designed to teach beginner anglers the…

Contest: 2022 Flylords Pumpkin Carving Competition

Contest: 2022 Flylords Pumpkin Carving Competition

[ad_1] We’re back for lucky number 7 of the Annual Flylords Pumpkin Carving Contest! This year we’re kicking off our 7th annual Pumpkin Carving Contest! We ran this contest the last couple of years and had some fantastic submissions, and we want to see what you all can do this spooky season. We’ve got some incredible prizes lined up to giveaway…

Boots on the Ground: Jessica Strickland

[ad_1] For this Boots on The Ground series, we head to Truckee, California to meet with Jessica Strickland and get involved with a gravel restoration project. Jessica is Trout Unlimited’s  California Inland Trout Program Director. Follow along to learn more about Jessica and some of the projects she’s working on.  Flylords: Jessica, welcome to Trout Week and thanks for sharing some time…

Spread Creek, A Trout Unlimited Film and Restoration Project in Jackson, Wyoming

Spread Creek, A Trout Unlimited Film and Restoration Project in Jackson, Wyoming

[ad_1] In 2010, demolition began to remove a diversion dam on Spread Creek that allowed no fish passage or migration. Through a coordinated private-public partnership, Trout Unlimited and others removed the dam and replaced it with a structure much less harmful to local fish populations. The partnership then began working to recover riparian zones and create better trout habitat. This…