A Montana chapter of Project Healing Waters is helping to equip soldiers soon deploying abroad with fly tying materials. “It’s a great opportunity to focus on something other than your mission. It’s a great skill that you can learn and take home with you,” says US Army Lieutenant Colonel, James Wilkins.
An engineering feat allowing salmon to bypass dams on the Umpqua river has seen great success, allowing fish to return to spawn for the first time in 40 years.
In a recent Orvis podcast Tom Rosenbauer presents great tips, explaining spey rods and when you might need one, as well as how to effectively work a river run.