The Arctic Grayling – a historical species that was extirpated in the early 1900s – was once native to Michigan rivers and streams.
The Eastern US was once home to Maine Atlantic Salmon. Can the majestic fish make a comeback there?
Fly fishing books are a great way to take a virtual fly fishing trip in your mind. Especially when the days get shorter.
The Atlantic Salmon is one of the most sought after species in fly fishing. Back in the days it used to populate the big rivers of continental Europe like the Rhine.
There is hardly a species that’s harder to catch on a fly rod than Atlantic salmon.
In a world of fly fishing dominated by flashy pictures, a book like Thomas McGuane’s classic “The Longest Silence” offers a chance to experience fly fishing in a different way.
A classic English chalk stream feeds the lake of this modern wooden fishing house by Niall McLaughlin Architects.
In his book The Eyes of the Skin architect Juhani Pallasmaa explains the necessity of integrating all five senses to feel connected.
Japanese designer Tokihito Yoshida on fly fishing, craftsmanship, British heritage and his cooperation with Barbour.
Metric-based success is the requirement for funding from Grassy Creek Foundation.