Author Archives: Erin Block
One of the most influential personalities in the fly fishing world, Lefty Kreh has certainly left his mark. Covering everything from his army days to becoming a prolific author, King Montgomery writes about Kreh in this article via In-Fisherman. The … more
Tippets: Comment on Rollback of Clean Water Act, Moffat Tunnel Expansion Project, Declining Steelhead Populations in British Columbia
The comment period on the EPA’s proposed rule, which would rescind protections for America’s headwaters, is now open through August 28, 2018. Take time to voice your concern. Denver Water has been given the green light on the Moffat Tunnel … more
This film trailer highlights a conservation story deep in the Guyana Rainforest. Via Outside.
In this recent article David Karczynski writes about fly fishing for carp and smallmouth bass on the flats of Beaver Island in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. “But carp are only part of the reason why some of the best, most ambitious anglers … more
Local fly shops are at “the heart and soul of fly fishing.” This short film from Rajeff Sports and ECHO Fly Fishing highlights the connection and community they provide.
This trailer features a look at the upcoming documentary about native brook trout in Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the anglers who chase them.
Flip Pallot talks about what goes into his fly selection in this video from Hells Bay Boatworks. “In the final analysis, when I select a fly and I know that other people select them for really good reasons, but I … more
Catching Arapaima deep in the jungles of Guyana requires a lot of work, planning, and trekking. This short film from Outside shows the journey.
From delayed flights to changes in weather, in this article Patrick Straub writes about what to do when your fly fishing trip doesn’t go as planned. “Fly-fishing travel, whether to saltwater destinations or mountain trout streams, often feels like high stakes … more