Author Archives: Erin Block
The northern pike is an incredible fish and worthy adversary on the fly rod. Discussing everything from habitat preferences to related species and even fly suggestions, Phil Monahan writes a great article on Esox Lucius. “Because pike will eat everything … more
To say that fly fishing takes you to beautiful places is an understatement when viewed from the perspective of this film shot at Lac Jovet in the French Alps. Via Steve Robert.
The video series “The Journey Home,” focuses on veterans working together to overcome challenges of reintegrating to civilian life. And the second installment of the series highlights the work of Project Healing Waters in the lives of military veterans. Via …
Flyanthropy flies from Innate Fly Fishing Company use high-quality materials to tie flies to extremely high standards, while providing high paying jobs and benefits to the community of Trat, Thailand. See more about where and how to support and order flies … more
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is currently holding an open comment period for a proposed development plan for the Salmonberry River Corridor, which holds some of the purest populations of wild, native salmonids in the Pacific Northwest. The Salmonberry … more
Bull trout have already made their way up the Elwha River past the recently demolished Glines Canyon Dam. “We always knew the fish would return once the dams were removed,” says superintendent Sarah Creachbaum, “but these four fish passed through … more