Bristol Bay Trout Opener

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Alaska; “The Last Frontier” is on many peoples hit list for adventure travel and very well should be! When most people think of Alaska they think of prolific salmon runs, brown bears around every corner and float planes. The iconic Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park is one of the most sought after destinations to watch bears as they snatch salmon out of the air as the fish desperately try to get over the falls. … Read More Bristol Bay Trout Opener

Mr&Mrs – fly fishing date

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Hands shaking, brain racing, heart pounding. Stress? Not quite. Emergency? No. Just the first fly fishing trip of the season with my husband. Every year we look forward to the first time we get our flies in the water. This was no exception. We decided to head up to a Nevada favorite, Wildhorse Reservoir and punish the trout on a bonsai weekend trip. We had some intel thanks to friends of ours who had been … Read More Mr&Mrs – fly fishing date

World Fishing Day – 23 June 2018

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Here at Fulling Mill we are proud to sponsor the Denver, Colorado slot (on at 1400 – 1700 local time) at an awesome event taking place this weekend – the first ever 24 hour World Fishing Day live broadcast – The first ever World Fishing Day takes place on 23 June 2018. As well as fishing events around the world, there’s a groundbreaking 24 hour live fishing broadcast from around the world. The free broadcast, … Read More World Fishing Day – 23 June 2018

Situk Steelhead

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Steelhead are synonymous with bad weather and tough fishing but thankfully this trip to Alaska the Wild Fish Wild Places crew only had to deal with one! Yakutat, Alaska is home to some amazing fishing but in April and May the Steelhead fishery on the Situk is what you’re after. The folks at Leonard’s Landing had the accommodations, drift boats and van ready for the crew when we showed up to film and all we … Read More Situk Steelhead

One for the ages – Spring Creek PA

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Standing mid-stream with my back to the sun, that chalky limestone aroma in the air and trying to cover a fish that had no business eating flies off the top, a shout from downstream echoes… “Woo!” I knew it was my friend and Fulling Mill fly designer, William Anderson successfully netting another fish. I’ll always remember this outing on Pennsylvania’s famed Spring Creek, as it was one of the best I’ve pried from this seemingly … Read More One for the ages – Spring Creek PA