Interview

Faces of Fly Fishing: Catching up with Chad Brown

After a three-year hiatus, Flylords sat down with Chad Brown. He is a U.S. Navy veteran, founder of Soul River, Inc., a photographer, a conservationist, and, most recently, an emerging leader in advocating for greater inclusivity in outdoor spaces. In addition to updating us on Soul River’s growth since 2017, Chad  filled us in on how fly fishing has influenced his photography career. Additionally, he… Read More »Faces of Fly Fishing: Catching up with Chad Brown

Feeling the Pull – COVID Update from British Columbia Steelhead Country

Introducing the Staying Afloat Series, where we take an inside look into the lives of many different fly fishing guides, shops, brands, and lodges across the world in hopes of finding out how the COVID is affecting them, what they are doing to help, and how we can do our part to help them. For this feature, guest contributor John Cochran caught up with Dave “Whitey”… Read More »Feeling the Pull – COVID Update from British Columbia Steelhead Country

Behind the Scenes of: “This Place Sucks” – Getting Cinematic on a GoPro

It’s well known throughout the fly-fishing community that shooting on a GoPro camera is not only far from a unique filming method, but somewhat of an industry standard. However, have you ever tried to shoot on 6 of them at once? For our latest fly-fishing adventure video, we met up with local guide, Colby Crossland, to create a cinematic experience following our adventure down the… Read More »Behind the Scenes of: “This Place Sucks” – Getting Cinematic on a GoPro

Video of The Week: A Journey Upstream

Have you ever thought that your fishing destination is a special place or that what you’ve grown up doing is pretty unique? Well, Andrew Braker and Eric Braker thought so. They grew up in Maryland fishing the Chesapeake and its surrounding watershed. From high mountain babbling creeks, slow-moving wide rivers, to the shellfish shoals of the Chesapeake Bay. These boys grew up fishing and exploring… Read More »Video of The Week: A Journey Upstream

Behind the Brand: O’Pros

In this installment of our “Behind the Brand” series, we had a chance to sit down with David Jacobson, one of the founders and operators of Outdoor Professionals, or better known as O’pros Fly Fishing. Here, we had a chance to explore just what needs O’pros is trying to address in the fly-fishing space, and discuss the journey of a small business in the fly-fishing… Read More »Behind the Brand: O’Pros

Behind the Fish: Taimen Conservation with Scientist Matt Sloat

Introducing the Behind the Fish Series, where we go one-on-one with various different fishery scientists across the world to better understand a specific species of fish or fishery. From the genetic make-up, feeding habits, fishing techniques, native range, to conservation we dive straight in to learn about the facts that matter and what makes these fish so special. In this feature, we were lucky enough… Read More »Behind the Fish: Taimen Conservation with Scientist Matt Sloat

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

Faces of Fly Fishing: Riverhorse Nakadate

In this feature of the ongoing Flylords Faces of Fly Fishing series, we had the pleasure of catching up with Riverhorse Nakadate. Riverhorse is a Patagonia fly fishing ambassador, environmentalist, musician, explorer, and talented writer. His work has been featured in various fly fishing, surfing, and guitar magazines and publications around the globe. Riverhorse resides in the Lone Star State where he can be found… Read More »Faces of Fly Fishing: Riverhorse Nakadate