Category Archives: History
Joe Brooks forever changed the sport of fly fishing, and this upcoming documentary tells the full story of his life.
A Benedictine breviary containing what are thought to be the earliest known fly pattern recipes was recently discovered by antiquarian bookseller, Maggs Bros. Ltd. of London. Read more and view a video of the manuscript via The Literary Fly Fisher.
The National Sporting Library & Museum is seeking applicants for its annual John H. Daniels Fellowship, which supports scholars with funding to research and the institution. Read more in the press release below.
Cathi Comar, executive director of the American Museum of Fly Fishing, informed us this week that the museum will be putting some new exhibits–including “A Graceful Rise: Women in Fly Fishing Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow” and their saltwater fly fishing … more
Journalist Chuck Kraemer profiles fly tying legend Jack Gartside in this film from Greater Boston PBS.
A research initiative by veteran guide and instructor Tom Karrow aims to document the lives of pioneering bonefish guides of the Bahamas. Karrow hopes to use their experience to design resource management plans for the islands. The project, “Ghost Stories,” will result … more