Author Archives: Erin Block
New efforts in Idaho are being concentrated on addressing threats to the sockeye salmon population in the Snake River. Patagonia has long been known for their environmental and corporate responsibility. And their recent self-financed and award-winning environmental documentary, “Dam Nation,” … more
This short film from Joe Cummings has spectacular footage rising trout on the Bitterroot River in Montana.
While small streams are often billed as “easy,” they can be hard to read and navigate. Phil Monahan has some expert advice in a recent post on the Orvis blog. Dioxin (a byproduct of burned plastics and industrial processes) is … more
Featured in the Fly Fishing Film Tour, this short film holds incredible footage of chasing giant trevally.
Dams are often billed as “clean energy” options. However Gary Wockner takes a deeper look at the issue and the impact of large dams, not only on fish species but on larger climate changes as well. Via EcoWatch. Todd Tanner … more
Simms has announced that 50% of all sales from the Ebbtide LS Shirt will go to benefit the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) to help conserve critical fishing habitat. The offer will extend online at SimmsFishing.com until August 28, 2014. … more
Smith Optics has released new frame designs for Fall 2014, utilizing their cutting-edge ChromaPop polarization technology for the “best optical experience” on the water. Read more in the press release below.
Our success on the water is dependent on how convincing we are… to ourselves and the species we chase. This short film from Pacific Extremes has some great footage of the game we play.
Corey Rich from Adorama gives some great advice on camera gear as well as techniques for getting great shots when out on the water. The recently released Colorado Climate Change report notes rising temperatures and lessening snowpack, which threaten the … more