Author Archives: Erin Block
In this short instructional video, Braden Lewis of Montana-based Headhunters Fly Shop talks about setups for trout spey lines and reels, and why large arbor reels are the best choice for certain applications. Matt Bennett’s Lunch Money fly is a … more
Scientific Anglers has announced the promotion of Brad Befus to President of Scientific Anglers. Befus previously served as Director of Wholesale for the company. Read more in the press release below.
With spring in full swing, rivers rise with melting snow from the mountains. Fishing these conditions can be difficult, but in this article Tanner Smith presents great advice for fishing spring runoff. From safety and setting expectations to fly selection, read more … more
Conservation Hawks has recently released their new angling and climate change film, CONVERGENCE. The film examines the moral responsibility of anglers to work to fight the effects of climate change for future generations. Read more in the press release below.
Tippets: EPA Reaches Deal with Pebble Partnership, National Monuments Under Review, Seafood Watch Downgrades Wild Steelhead
The fight to protect Bristol Bay is more important than ever, as it has been announced that the Environmental Protection Agency has settled a lawsuit with the Pebble Limited Partnership, enabling the company to move forward and apply for a … more
This short film presents beautiful footage of a snowy day spent on the water in Squamish, B.C. Via TOPO Films.
In a new documentary “The Fish on My Plate” author and angler Paul Greenberg sets out to answer the question “What fish should I eat that’s good for me and good for the planet?” In an interview with NPR Greenberg explains: … more
RIO Products has announced the release of the CamoLux line, part of RIO’s sub-surface collection of lines, which are designed for fishing the top six feet of the water column. Read more in the press release below.
In the most recent episode of Anchored, April Vokey interviews fly fishing legend Chico Fernandez. A pioneer in the world of saltwater fly fishing, Fernandez was the first fly fisher in Cuba, “and after he and his family immigrated to … more