Entries in fly fishing destinations (119)
One of the greatest places in the U.S. to catch big trout in beautiful streams with no crowds (for now, at least) may surprise you.
LINK (via:Field and Stream)
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted to keep restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba. While U.S. anglers can still bend the rules to get there, if you want to go you better act fast. It's just a matter of time before the former terrorist state is overun with American tourists, KFC's and Ford Fusions.
LINK (via: The Telegraph)
An excellent piece about fly fishing and camping via pedal power along Oregon's Deschutes River Trail.
People write and talk about the salmon fly hatch on the Deschutes River with near religious awe. It’s a time when strange, two inch, orange insects emerge and line the grasses on the banks of the river in biblical proportions, causing large and usually wary trout to throw caution to the wind and feed on the surface with the desperation of the last call at Old Country Buffet.
Or that’s what they say, at least.
LINK (via: The Path Less Pedaled)
Our pal, and Patagonia Fly Fishing Ambassador, Dylan Tomine just returned from an epic trip to Cuba.
For those who love fly fishing, northern Patagonia is certainly on the bucket list, and if it’s not first on your list, it should be.