Lake trout are usually a creature of the deep, far away from the pull of a fly. Spring provides a a short window where these lake monsters travel closer to the surface well within the reach of fly anglers. Learn how to target lakers on the fly this spring and the gear and fly choices needed to pull one of these massive trout out of a cold water lake and into your boat.
Fishing is our gateway into the outdoors. It’s a passion that gives us fresh air, exercise and memories to last a lifetime, but it's not always safe. The dangers involved in fishing aren't as extreme as whitewater kayaking, or free climbing, but there are some injuries that you can look out for and prevent.
Winter comes with new and arduous challenges. Fish move to deep and slow water, your breathable waders may not be good enough and you may be sending in an order for a new rod tip. Learn how to extend your fishing season with the tips you need to stay out longer and catch more fish all winter long.
We love fishing, but it turns out fishing can love us back. During the winter months when the sky is gray and the thermometer won't get above 30, serious mental health problems can arise. Check out how our favorite past time can help with our struggles this time of year and why it is worth it to hit the water during the coldest time of year.
Veterans Day allows for free admission into all of America's National Parks. The fishing may be slowing down in many northern parks, but we have picked some of the best options for fishing while celebrating those who sacrificed for their country.
Check out some tips from Fishbrain on how to properly service your engine and store your boat for winter. Also check out some of the products from the Fishbrain Store, which will help keep your boat ing great condition and firing on the first try in spring.