On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation creating the National Park Service, a new federal bureau in the Department of the Interior responsible for protecting existing national parks and monuments and those yet to be established. By doing so, he not only preserved America’s most remarkable natural wonders, but he also created protections for some of the most idyllic fly-fishing locations in North America.
Explore the streams less traveled in the state known for its legendary fly-fishing rivers! The Bighorn, the Madison, the Missouri, the Bitterroot – these are some of the biggest, most storied fly-fishing waters of Montana. They host thousands of anglers and guides every season, and they provide some of the most exceptional fly fishing in North America. But beyond these famous Montana rivers, there are hundreds of equally productive, equally breathtaking rivers and streams that are a little smaller, a little lesser known
We got a chance last week to spend some quality time at Lees Ferry with Stonefly Press partners Terry & Wendy Gunn and their son Troy! We had some business in Phoenix, and decided to take advantage of the opportunity. Turns out it wasn’t the best weather to fly into Arizona...Read Post >>
It's been ten years since the founding members of the Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture first established a successful and flourishing partnership. Fisheries biologist, Catherine Gatenby, Ph.D. shares her story...Read Post >>
When we started the conversation with Stonefly Press about a book covering the fifty best places to fly fish in the southeastern United States, it seemed like a simple enough undertaking. But the southeast offers opportunities that are not present...Read Post >>
The scent of freshly made blueberry scones intermingles with the brewing pot of hazelnut coffee and locally made Italian sandwiches are packed way in the Yeti. There is no sleep at this crazy farm. Fear of missing my 4:30 am alarm is...Read Post >>
Cabins on the lake, on the stream or with an incredible view, just short mile from the Trophy Stretch of the Upper Connecticut River Visit Site >>
Of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, only one has great fishing for wild rainbow trout Visit Site >>
It was a great day with my good friend Chad, hunting predators on fly in our local waters.