Salmon Culture of Murakami, Japan

Salmon have been swimming upstream to lay their eggs throughout the mountainous archipelago nation of Japan for thousands of years. The ruby-red eggs and succulent pink flesh of these powerful swimmers are more than just a source of delicious protein. … Continue reading

Montana Mine, Queen of the Golden West

I don’t remember any summer vacations growing up that weren’t spent in Montana. The family would rent a motorhome and we’d drive from river to river for the first two weeks in August. As flyfishermen, it was the ultimate pilgrimage … Continue reading

The Best Places for Fly Fishing in the U.S.

Fly fishers originally only went after trout. However, now enthusiastic fly fishers catch boneheads, tarpon, salmon, and other fish as well. While there are many places where one can pit one’s skills at presenting a fly or bait to the … Continue reading

Salmon and Trout Fishing on and Around the River Ullapool

Ullapool on the shores of Loch Broom is one of the main tourist spots in Ross-shire in the Scottish Highlands. It’s a popular haunt for hill walkers as the area close by is largely mountainous with some inspiring views. The … Continue reading

Favorite Fall Patterns for Fly Fishing Western Streams in the U.S.

Fall brings some of the years best fly fishing on western rivers. The cooler temperatures make for active and feisty trout. Carrying the right patterns will help prevent the frustration of going fishless and allow you to take full advantage … Continue reading

Blakewell: Premier Fly Fishing in North Devon

Call me biased, but the climate in my home county of Devon is ideal for venturing into the great outdoors. There is also the added bonus of glorious scenery. On a peaceful summer afternoon, there are fewer pastimes more relaxing … Continue reading

Gone Fishing, British Columbia

There’s no denying it. British Columbia yields some of the Pacific Northwest’s best areas to reel in that elusive catch. Saltwater, river or lake, the region always comes up trumps. And while you wait for the fish to bite, don’t … Continue reading

An Interview with Filmmaker Hunter Weeks: The Mind Behind ‘Where the Yellowstone Goes’

Stretching nearly 700 miles through northern Wyoming and southern Montana, the Yellowstone River is probably best known as the longest undammed river in the lower 48 states. As a result, it’s also among the wildest waterways in America; twisting, turning … Continue reading