Category Archives: History
In this fascinating interview, Monica Bennet sits down with John Bailey to talk about his experiences as the fly fishing advisor on the set of the film “A River Runs Through It.”
In this footage from 1986, Lee Wulff and Curt Gowdy explore the waters of Minipi, famous for their brook trout. Wild trout in their native waters, it doesn’t get any better.
Found in a quarry near Peterborough, England, a nearly complete skeleton of an ancient fish known as Leedsichthys problematicus is giving scientists a better picture of a species that is considered to have been the largest fish in the world.
Ernest Hemingway, a legend of both the literary and fishing world, will once again be honored by an annual festival in Key West, Florida. Hemingway Days 2013 will be held July 16-21. Read more in the press release below.
Fly fishing pioneer and legendary casting instructor Lefty Kreh shares an anecdote from a adventure Down Under, chasing the hard-fighting Nuigini Black Bass on a fly. From The American Museum of Fly Fishing and Jay Cavallaro.