Artist Spotlight

Artist Spotlight: Remington Robinson

Flylords got to know Boulder, CO based artist Remington Robinson. Remington is a passionate fly fisherman who grew up casting for bass in Ohio’s lakes and rivers, deep-sea fishing in the Bahamas, and chasing Pike in upstate New York. He uses his wealth of artistic talent to create paintings of all sizes, from massive murals to minuscule, plein-air masterpieces. Check out Remington’s thoughts and creations… Read More »Artist Spotlight: Remington Robinson

COVID & Flats Fishing with Artist David Danforth

Fishing the flats in the Florida Keys tests every angler’s patience and wits about themselves. Any trout angler who has visited the Keys for the first time can probably relate. David Danforth, my buddy Mitch Bainter, and myself decided to do a little domestic saltwater trip to Marathon, Florida to fish with @kingfisherbackcountrychaters for some bonefish, permit, and tarpon. We drove from Tampa to the… Read More »COVID & Flats Fishing with Artist David Danforth

Artist Spotlight: Andrea Larko

In the latest Artist Spotlight, Flylords caught up with Andrea Larko, a well-known angling artist based in the North East. Check out the full interview below to learn more about Andrea and what goes into her beautiful art. Image courtesy of @andrealarko Flylords: Tell us a little bit about yourself? Andrea: I have been drawing and painting as far back as my earliest memory. When… Read More »Artist Spotlight: Andrea Larko

A Look Into the New Benchmade x Casey Underwood Knives

This week, our friends at Benchmade knives released, what we believe, to be one of the most unique, fishiest knives to ever appear in the fly-fishing space. The recent launch feature 4 variations to their classic mini Crooked River series, each of which features a different species of fish (Largemouth Bass, Brown Trout, Tarpon, and Steelhead) that comprise a different niche in the fly fishing… Read More »A Look Into the New Benchmade x Casey Underwood Knives

Artist Spotlight: Joe Mangiafico

Flylords got the chance to sit down with Joe Mangiafico, a knife craftsman based in Bend, Oregon. Joe has been hooked on fly fishing since he first picked up a rod while in college, and has a special love for snagging False Albacore at Cape Cod. He combines his knack for design and his love of fly fishing to create fish-inspired designs that seamlessly combine… Read More »Artist Spotlight: Joe Mangiafico

How to Paint a Brown Trout Drift Boat

Mike Salomone is a fly fishing guide in the summers and art teacher during the school year. With some more time off than usual earlier this summer, he decided to paint his buddy’s 26-year-old Willie Aluminum drift boat to give it a little facelift. Here are the photos and captions of his project. The 26-year-old Willie drift boat was stripped down to the bare metal.… Read More »How to Paint a Brown Trout Drift Boat

Meet the Prehistoric Saber-Toothed Salmon

Oncorhynchus rastrosus? Have you ever heard of the late Miocene and early Pliocene epochs’ salmon that raged in the North American Pacific? This prehistoric salmonid was the most formidable that has ever existed. In an era of time roughly 5-12 million years ago, O. Rastrosus would have shared the ocean with other toothy giants such as the Megaledon shark and the Livyatan, a predatory whale.… Read More »Meet the Prehistoric Saber-Toothed Salmon

Johann Dupreez Auctions Original Artwork to Support Rewa Eco Lodge

Our friend, Johan Du Preez (@johanndupreez_flyfishing) will be auctioning off this arapaima painting to the benefit of the Rewa Eco-Lodge in Guyana. The amazing community of Rewa has spent the last 20+ years protecting and preserving its natural resources through the Eco Lodge. The Indifly Foundation has been in partnership with Rewa for more than ten years now and together they have successfully turned the… Read More »Johann Dupreez Auctions Original Artwork to Support Rewa Eco Lodge

Artist Spotlight: Paul Puckett

Flylords got the chance to sit down with Charleston-based painter, illustrator, and business owner Paul Puckett. He shared the story of how he found his way into the fly fishing industry and how he began his career, as well as gave advice to artists hoping to break into the fly fishing space. Check out his comments and artwork below! Photo courtesy of Could you… Read More »Artist Spotlight: Paul Puckett

Timelapse: Watch Paul Puckett Paint Amazing Mural at Trouts Fly Fishing

To celebrate their move to the banks of the South Platte River in Denver, Trouts Fly Fishing recently commissioned the one and only Paul Puckett to paint the coolest mural we’ve ever seen on a fly shop. Featuring Brown Trout, Permit, Tarpon, and Carp, the piece celebrates the shop and its customer’s favorite fisheries. Check it out! Join Our Weekly Newsletter: Leave this field empty… Read More »Timelapse: Watch Paul Puckett Paint Amazing Mural at Trouts Fly Fishing