Fly Life Magazine

Browsing the "brown trout" Tag

Pine Squirrel Streamer, a leech pattern for all seasons

I do not think any fly I tied with pine squirrel tail has ever come up short. I’ve convinced myself it is how the material swims that does the trout talking. [...]

June 12, 2019 Flies, Fly Tying, RECENT, Slide, Videos

Bob Mallard: Conservationist, author, Mainer, fishing guide

Mallard is a native fish advocate and serves as National Vice Chair of Native Fish Coalition (NFC) and a board member of the Maine chapter of Native Fish Coalition. [...]

January 25, 2019 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Twin Rivers Cottages – Mataura River – Gore, New Zealand

The Mataura has the highest brown trout population and catch rates of any New Zealand river and is famous for its superb mayfly hatches. [...]

January 7, 2019 FEATURE STORY, Slide

He killed a trout and no mea culpa. Hang him?

Catching one trout to eat during a season is not a bad thing. Just remember, don't kill that big one, let moma breed some more. She's got what it takes. [...]

June 14, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Blue Halo presents: The Hidden

Follow the adventure of the boys from InTents Media as they explore the Iceland and catch some of the largest, most beautiful brown trout on the planet. [...]

May 7, 2018 RECENT, Slide, Videos

Duranglers to host fly fishing festival April 6-7

I was very pleased to come across Duranglers' site and learn that they are hosting a fly fishing festival; in my old haunts, Durango, Colorado [...]

April 2, 2018 FEATURE STORY, News, Slide

Crayfish are filet mignon with truffle sauce to trouts

Crayfish are not a seasonally sensitive, and they are without borders. This Clouser version of a crayfish works anywhere you fish for trout [...]

February 23, 2018 RECENT, Slide

Fly fishing metro-Atlanta. The “Hootch” could be America’s best-kept secret

Stay in the Atlanta and fly fish 48 miles of continuous and exceptional trout water. Big browns and healthy rainbows feast year-round on hatches in cold water. [...]

February 22, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Profile: Emily Roley is the acorn that grew into a forest

Emily Roley chucked it all, left a career that paid all the bills with enough left over to buy and collect "stuff." She took another path after 15 big city years [...]

February 12, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Jessica Callihan: Look up resilience, you’ll find her there

A Michigan farm girl with a full academic scholarship to Western Michigan skipped her last two years to serve her country post 9/11. [...]

December 5, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide