Kris Millgate Earns Two Emmy Nominations

Kris Millgate, the longtime fly fishing writer and videographer, recently earned two Emmy nominations for her recent film “Ocean to Idaho.” The film depicts the fragility of the ecosystems that support salmon in the Columbia River Basin. You can read more about the nominations and view the film here. The post Kris Millgate Earns Two […]

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Rosenbauer’s Tips on Safe Wading

The folks over at Orvis are releasing new videos each week featuring Tom Rosenbauer. In them, Rosenbauer discusses some of the tips and tactics we all need to know in order to have a great time on the water. This week’s video is about wading safely. With high water approaching during spring runoff, this is […]

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The Finer Points of Attaching Dubbing to Thread

Charlie Craven has some fantastic advice for fly tiers in his most recent story for Fly Fisherman Magazine. In it, Charlie details some of the finer points we need to know about attaching dubbing to thread. As someone who struggled mightily with getting my dubbed dry fly bodies to look right when I first started tying, this […]

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Top Flies for Spring on the North Platte

CiCi Oliver, of the Ugly Bug Fly Shop in Casper, Wyoming, wrote this great piece for Orvis that highlights the three best flies for spring fishing on the North Platte River. If you’re interested in testing Wyoming’s famous stretches of the North Platte, then this is a must-read article. The post Top Flies for Spring […]

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Silver Creek at a Crossroads

Matthew L. Miller has written about Idaho’s famous Silver Creek for years, and this recent piece of his is one of his best. It details the potentially tricky future that faces Silver Creek, and what anglers can do to help the storied fishery. You can read all of Miller’s story here. The post Silver Creek […]

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Skwala Enters Outerwear Market

As reported earlier in this week by other news outlets, there’s a new outerwear manufacturer on the block. Headquartered in Montana, Skwala aims to offer intuitively-designed gear for fly anglers. A quick glance through their product catalog shows waders, jackets, and other accessories that will soon be available for purchase. You can peruse their unique […]

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Story: “How to Think About Bob Clay”

If you fish bamboo fly rods or fish for steelhead, you’ve likely heard of Bob Clay. He’s one of the best bamboo rod makers alive, and some say he’s an even better steelhead angler. Regardless, this profile of him in The Flyfish Journal is a wonderfully poignant story. Kudos to Dylan Tomine for doing such a fantastic […]

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Cannabis millionaires capitalizing marijuana legalisation Cu…

Cannabis millionaires capitalizing marijuana legalisation Currently Moberg runs a legit service, refining as well as generating 900 kg of cannabis a year that he offers to pot shops springing up throughout the state. Moberg lawfully markets 900 kg of cannabis a year, producing even more than$ 3m in the previous 20 months. Moberg has actually […]

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Limitation catch of one sort of fish might assist in saving …

Limitation catch of one sort of fish might assist in saving reef, research study establishes Its reasonably easy it has one tenth the number of types of coral reefs and also fish than we have below in Australia, he informed Guardian Australia. They after that examined the version as well as provided it can duplicate […]

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Will Obama enclose even more of the sea? United States angle…

Will Obama enclose even more of the sea? United States anglers are scared|Fox News They are tossing all fishermens under the bus, along with their sustaining markets declared Marty Scanlon, an angling barge proprietor and also participant of a National Oceanic and also Atmospheric Administration fisheries advising panel on very migratory fish varieties in the […]

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