Entries in fly fishing destinations (98)
Consider this the next time your fishing a Bahamian flat.....
The Bahamas may have been created by bacteria thriving on minerals in dust from the Sahara desert, 8000 kilometres away.
LINK (via: New Scientist)
Prehistoric and hauntingly beautiful, Pyramid Lake sits on Paiute land north of Reno, NV. The lake is the termination of the Truckee River that starts in world-renowned Lake Tahoe. Pyramid's fame is reviving on the heels of the reestablishment of the world record Lahontan Cutthroat trout strain.
And don't forget your ladder.
The big-fish stories can continue on the lower Fryingpan and lower Roaring Fork rivers.
A survey conducted by Colorado Parks and Wildlife last fall determined the rivers still have the quantity and size of fish to retain their distinguished designation as Gold Medal Trout Waters.
LINK (via:The Aspen Times)
At roughly 2 million acres, the Spatsizi Wilderness in northern British Columbia, is the home waters for the Collingwood Family of Spatsizi Wilderness Lodge. This film documents Ray Collingwood's vision, beginning in the late 60's, to operate a world-class rainbow trout fly-fishing lodge with his family. With stunning aerial footage of the Skeena Mts and Firesteel River Valley, including birds-eye views from Ray Collingwood's multiple float planes, Todd Moen captures the essence of family in this fly-fishing heaven.