Author Archives: Erin Block
This beautiful short film of three brothers reunited on the water reminds us to make every season and moment with family count. Via Brothers on the Fly.
Traditionally, soft hackle Tenkara flies are tied with slim bodies for a sleek, attractive profile. But Jason Klass re-examines the practice and gives us four good reasons to fatten up our flies. Harun Muhammad is one of Malaysia’s last “fish … more
In this fifth episode in Costa’s GEOBASS series, the adventure ranges from surviving hippo attacks to incredible footage of African tigerfish and golden bass.
The new web site FishSens Magazine provides in-depth information on current fisheries science and management issues, and “aims to keep professional anglers and fishery researchers up to date on developments in their industries.” Cleanup from Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley tailings disaster … more
For the past 14 years, Brent Bauer has worked as director of operations and production for Umpqua Feather Merchants and will now be taking on a new role as director of product management for the company. Read more in the … more
A community screening of the documentary “DamNation” will be hosted by Snake River Waterkeeper on Tuesday, September 2nd, in Jackson Hole, WY. Funds raised will go to support the recently formed Snake River group that is part of the larger … more
Cleaning your fly lines can improve casting ability and quality. Brian Kozminski talks with Erick Johnson of Scientific Anglers about the best methods and products to use to keep your casting smooth and even extend the life of your line. … more
Good fishing is not often found along easy roads. This short film from Waist Deep Media goes off the beaten path.
Commercial fisherman Corey Arnold recently shared photos from a day in his life in Bristol Bay, Alaska. “I’m balancing many variables of the fishing operation, and then I have to stop and think creatively,” he says of his photography work. … more