A short cast upstream, accompanied by a quick mend, placed the popper against the opposite bank, deep in the shade of an overhanging brush. The mend gave the fly at least a few seconds of a drift-free float. […]
On a recent trip with Capt. Scott Avanzino out of Venice, Frank Genusa Jr. felt he had a good shot at setting a state record on dolphin. […]
Summer’s here. Surf’s down, dudes!
As summer goes on, the surf along the entire Gulf of Mexico becomes more consistently calm. That is, until tropical storms enter the picture. Since that’s not likely until August, seize the days and make them count. […]
Not so long ago and not so far away, puddling, the sport of fly fishing from a paddlecraft, was dominated by canoes, as it had been for centuries. Then came the rise of “kayak fishing,” deemed as the hottest new segment of the outdoors market. […]
As the red popped his body up out of the water, Master Jake’s jaw dropped. Normally calm and collective, and sure to cast on target to such a fish in an instant, this time he could only stare in awe. […]
The vast wild region that extends some 250 miles in all directions from West Yellowstone, Mont., is home to snow-capped mountains, rolling ridges and valleys draped with towering trees and golden meadows, high desert plains with stark buttes that shoot into the sky, geysers, waterfalls and the widest variety of flora and fauna found in North America. […]