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Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge

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Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge offers one of the most exclusive fly fishing trips in the wildest of places. Located on… more »

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1 Guy With A Fly Rod

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Sweat dripped from my nose as I crouched in morbid curiosity to get a closer look at the biggest freshwater… more »


Fly-Fishing the Lehigh River

by Mike Stanislaw & Nicholas Raftas 0

It’s one of the oldest river valleys in North America, and during an early October morning, the frost holds rein… more »


Fishing Historic Brodhead Creek

by Ben Turpin 0

Brodhead Creek is the birthplace of American fly fishing, with a rich history filled with the likes of Thaddeus Norris,… more »


5 Best Trout Fishing Spots in the World

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Whether I’m at a fishing lodge, a boat ramp parking lot, a riverside campfire, or an airport terminal in a… more »


Paradise in the Wild West of the Indian Ocean

by Sarah Grigg 0

Riding a cruiser around the three-mile perimeter of Alphonse Island doesn’t take long, but overwhelms the senses nonetheless. The massive… more »

Coastal Rivers of Costa Rica

Chasing Freshwater Machaca In The Coastal Rivers of Costa Rica

by Oliver White 0

Nothing beats bumming around foreign countries looking for adventure. When the folks at Howler Brothers invited me to Costa Rica… more »

Still photo from the BBC series Blue Planet II.

Giant Trevally Eating Terns

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

When I wrote the story “Freaky Farquhar” in the Aug-Sep 2016 issue of FLY FISHERMAN, my introduction focused on the… more »

Pennsylvania Trout

Philadelphia Trout

by Henry Ramsay 0

When Fly Fishers talk about fly fishing in Pennsylvania, several different thoughts come to mind. It is a state that… more »

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The Hidden Honey Holes of Guyana

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

The fishing in Rewa, Guyana, is spectacular—you’re hunting the biggest scaled freshwater fish in the world, and they are often in… more »

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