We all strive to be healthy, be happy, to feel community and family, and some type of connection to your purpose. In the flats off the Southern Yucatán peninsula, Eduardo gets a lesson from world class fly guides Hilary Hutcheson, Oliver White, and from the folks at the lodge in all of the above. […]
Richard Fieldhouse and Rebecca Taylor of the British firm Barbless Flies Limited published an article on fishing the different stages of the Mayfly lifecycle on their website recently: Ever wondered why Mayflies are considered as one of the most valuable species in the world of fly fishing? The Ephemera danica, commonly known as the Mayfly, […]
Alaska’s Alagnak River is a place where there are no roads. A place where the weather does what it wants. A place where humans are no longer the apex predator. The life of a guide on this river is one of resourcefulness, persistence and dedication.
Almost 18 months in the making, A Year In The Life – A Fly Fishing Journey showcases five of the most amazing fly fishing locations around the world in both fresh and saltwater. Follow some of best anglers in the world including Charles Jardine and Paul Procter as they fish in some of the most […]
It’s 2017, and Catch is celebrating their 50th Edition with a Special T-Motion Theater Video called “River of Life.” “River of Life” is a documentary style film featuring the adventures of three women fighting breast cancer who are avid anglers. Three rivers, three women and three unique stories about the persistence of life, on and […]
Celebrating the 50th Edition, the editors give you the December/January issue that includes a special T-Motion Theater film called “River of Life.” Let them take you to New Zealand, Bavaria, Belize and the Pacific Northwest in search of rainbow, brook and brown trout… as well as permit, steelhead and Bavaria’s hucho hucho. To top it […]
Late August in the south of Ireland can be a tricky time for trout fishing. But today I was spending the day on the river Nire. The river Nire is a tributary of the river Suir. The Suir itself is famous for its dry fly fishing. This river system has a fantastic natural abundance of […]
Aquatic insects: voracious predators, architects, and environmental indicators. Join Cornell University Naturalist Outreach students for an introduction to the diverse aquatic insects, and their importance in food webs. This is one of many ‘naturalistoutreach’ science videos on YouTube that explore nature and biodiversity.
For the first time the once pristine, gin-clear English chalkstreams and rivers have been put under the microscope in a national survey to compare and investigate whether they are as healthy as they should be. And the results are truly shocking. The 2015 Riverfly Census, undertaken by Salmon & Trout Conservation UK (S&TC UK) has […]