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The Orvis 50/50 Campaign aims to create gender parity in the fly fishing industry. “50/50 was founded with three targeted goals: Change the industry’s perception of women by reflecting diversity across physique, age, ethnicity, and skill level; lower barriers into … more →
Fly Fishers International has created and released an extensive Fly Tying Library filled with high quality instructional videos. “The library can be searched by Category (Cold Water, Salt Water, Technique and Warm Water) or by Sub Category (Trout, Salmon/Steelhead, Bluegill/Crappie, Bass, … more →
How-To Halibut, lingcod, rockfish and cod easily fall for these seductive swimmers. Soft-plastic shad baits have made their mark in many lure fisheries. Here, cold-water expert Dave Lewis shares tips on targeting deep-dwelling northern fishes such as…
National Geographic has debuted a line of river maps for Colorado, featuring detailed information on float routes, flow patterns, and usual fishing conditions. The map series features individual sections and of the Arkansas River and South Platte River. It’s easy … more →
Phil Rowley and Brian Chan have announced the release of their Stillwater Fly Fishing App, packed with educational tips for fly fishing for trout in stillwaters. The app is available through both Google Play and iTunes. Read more in the … more →
Follow these life-saving techniques to improve your chances of survival in cold water. Read more →The post Cold-Water Survival Tips appeared first on On The Water.
During the winter cold and flu season sometimes getting sick is inevitable. However, there are proactive measures to take to help you stay or regain health, especially if you are planning an upcoming fly fishing trip. Read “Five Quick Tips: … more →
Conway Bowman is known for targeting mako sharks on a fly rod. And in this recent podcast he translates those skills into great tips for playing and landing large fish of any species. Listen here. In cold weather it is … more →
From materials and patterns to tools and technique, Spencer Durrant outlines how to get started tying flies over the winter months. “Fewer fishing opportunities means less temptation to leave the tying bench for “just a few hours” on the river,” … more →
Whether you’re fishing far-flung exotic locales or well-known homewaters, sharing time on the water through writing is part of fly fishing’s history. Jess McGlothlin shares some of her best tips for writing your fishing stories, via Fire Girl Photography. Southern … more →