Fly Life Magazine

Browsing the "Trouts" Tag

River & Dams: Conjoined for a reason, then forgotten

No better examples of the Industrial Revolution's environmental impact on fisheries of significance importance exists in U. S. than that of the damned rivers of the Northeast [...]

December 13, 2016 Conservation, RECENT, Rivers & Dams, Slide

Profile: Chuck Kraft on flies that score big in your away games

Chuck Kraft provides us with a different approach to flies. His flies are not at all typical. One violates every rule in the book and is a trout killer on Montana's Madison River [...]

September 2, 2016 Profile, RECENT, Slide

News: Parasite outbreak in Yellowstone River kills thousands of fish

Parasitic outbreaks are not new for cold water systems, but the added events of warmer water due to climate issues and lower water levels exacerbate probabilities of outbreaks [...]

August 22, 2016 News, RECENT, Slide

The Nymphing Tool: This New Zealand strike indicator maybe the best yet

There are no weaknesses or kinks in the NZ Indicator system. It is 100% knotless, has no slippage, is easily adjusted to accommodate depths, and is easily removed. [...]

March 7, 2016 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Industry News: RIO’s well timed intro of Skagit Trout Max line

The Skagit Trout Max can also be used on single-handed rods, and RIO recommends stepping up 3 rods sizes to match appropriately. [...]

October 2, 2015 FEATURE STORY, Industry News, Slide

Feature Story: Tailwaters 101

When Lake Lanier gets too much water from rain the Corps of Engineers (COE), managers of the dam, signal impending releases [...]

July 7, 2015 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Feature Story: Can an Alaska mousing trick play well in GA?

Summer is here in North Georgia and the trouts are beginning to hide. I’m going to try a little mousing as soon as I tie up a few dozen mouse pattern [...]

July 3, 2015 FEATURE STORY, Fly Fishing, Slide

Feature Stories: Thom Glace, dedicated artist, angler and benefactor

Thom Glace is a renowned watercolorists, specializing in nature studies in t trouts, other fresh water species saltwater species, as well as dragonfly studies and landscapes [...]

June 22, 2015 FEATURE STORY, Profile, Slide

News: Fly Rod & Reel picks Angler of The Year

Hed was a conservation organizer employed by an organization called the Alaska Conservation Foundation. After a 10-year career in finance, he had done a career 180 after a serendipitous trip to the Last Frontier [...]

October 17, 2014 FEATURE STORY, News, Slide

News: TU praises Forest Service for tackling groundwater rules

Trout, salmon and other fish depend on cold, clean water in rivers and streams for their survival [...]

May 12, 2014 News, RECENT, Slide