From Yukon Goes Fishing comes a little winter dry fly action in the Colorado Rockies. Fly Fishing in winter in Colorado isn’t limited to tailwaters and the tying bench. There are spring creeks in the Centennial State. Spring creeks that hold their fair share of brown trout. Tanner Smith and his dog Gus had a…

 

One of my goals when I started Fly Fishing Reporter back in 2009 was to showcase America’s best trout fisheries and to make it easier for folks to find good places to fish. Today, I am excited to announce the launch of DIY Fly Fishing, a new website and mobile mapping app that will help…

 

North Park Anglers and Joey Macomber of Lateral Line Media take us into Colorado’s North Park in search of the elusive “butter bean”, aka brown trout. Nestled in a million acre valley near the town of Walden, Colorado – North Park is home to some of Colorado’s finest trout streams including the Illinois River, Michigan…

 

Max Rhlulen, a talented young filmmaker and photographer, shares a year’s worth of fly fishing adventures with his friends on some of Colorado’s blue ribbon trout streams and lakes. Destinations include Williams Fork, Colorado River, South Platte River, Upper Bear Creek, Chicago Lakes and many more. Enjoy!

 
 
 
 

In 1974, Montana did something that stunned anglers across the state and the nation: it stopped stocking trout in streams and rivers that supported wild trout populations. After decades of use and millions of dollars invested, hatchery production was not helping, and in fact was the leading cause of the collapse of the fishery. Ground-breaking…

 

Aimee and Chase from Tight Loops managed to get a couple hours away from work to enjoy the beginnings of springtime in New England. They set out to find native Brookies, but hooked into a couple fish they weren’t expecting, or prepared for! If you enjoyed this video, consider helping Aimee and Chase pursue a…

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/82159754[/vimeo] From Twisted Frame Media and Ohio Steelhead Drifters comes this video short of red hot Steelhead Alley action, Cleveland style! Cleveland?? It ain’t pretty but the fish don’t care! Ohio’s Steelhead Alley is home to some of the best steelhead fishing East of the Mississippi. Lake Erie tributaries stocked with Manistee strain steelhead make…

 

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju2zo2iP8gE[/youtube] A little insight to what makes drift boat maker and fly fishing guide Phil Croff tick. Phil lives in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. He builds drift boats out of cedar that are designed to float the small and fast rivers of northern Michigan. He likes fishing for big brown trout at night…

 

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/54398984[/vimeo] Brook trout play a critical role in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, but without cool, clean water, the fish cannot survive. Working in headwater states, Chesapeake Bay Program partners are promoting land conservation and habitat restoration as ways to clean up local waterways and conserve the iconic species. Learn how you can help at Chesapeakebay.net

 

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/77097538[/vimeo] Yellowstone National Park is just one of those places that can change a person. If you have spent any time there, and in particular have ventured into the back country, you’ll know what I mean. Once Yellowstone gets in your blood, it stays. While not a video about fishing per se, Voortex Productions does…

 

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/64766893#[/vimeo] Author and Oregon fishing guide John Larison takes us to his special river sanctuary he has been enjoying since childhood. Unfortunately a profit driven logging company had other plans along the banks of one of Oregon’s most diverse coastal rivers with little regard for just about anything. The first of a series in conjunction…

 
 
 
 

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/63850703[/vimeo] PA Undercurrent Outfitters serves up this sweet fly fishing footage of early season baetis hatches on some of my favorite waters in Central Pennsylvania. Baetis, Blue-Winged Olives or just BWO? As the film producers note, “whatever you call them, its more than likely they’re the first mayfly to hatch in your area. Less colorful…