Chuck Naiser has fished coastal waters for more than 50 years. His passion for his sport, and for the coastal resources he loves, has evolved into a fierce determination to make a difference for the next generation who will enjoy these waters long after he is gone.
Our guide to the best women-specific boots and wading gear for fly-fishing, whether you're hiking mountain streams or casting at your local lake.
Set atop a 300-foot-high limestone bluff, the five-room White River Inn lays claim to being the state's only Orvis-endorsed fishing lodge. It was listed for sale on November 21, 2017.
These seven outdoor-focused lodges serve as base camp to some of the continent's best fly-fishing adventures, as well as offering comfort and amenities for when you're not out on the water!
The Reserve on the East river presents a rare opportunity to own a piece of paradise, or like owning a piece of your own private Yellowstone National Park. There is a peace of mind, and serenity when being surrounded by nature and an abundance of wildlife.
This week's spotlight listing is a 190-acre ranch property located among the foothills of California's Sierra Nevadas, southeast of Sacramento and to the west of Yosemite National Park.
Colorado's Stoner Ranch is a complete recreational ranch in the heart of one of the Rockies' best outdoor-adventure playgrounds. Bordered on three sides by U.S. Forest Service lands, the 320-acre property features century-old homesteads and cabins that date back to the ranch's founding in 1890.
This week’s Listing of the Week is an exceptional recreational property in the San Juan Mountains area east of Durango, Colorado. Listed by Zach and Tom Morse of Legacy Properties West Sotheby's International Realty, 175-acre Gray Hackle Ranch hit the market on December 5, 2016. The listing price is $6.95 million.
Billing itself your "outdoor help desk," the new hunting and fishing app from Powderhook seeks to get more people outdoors with advice from locals.
What is the exact opposite of fly fishing in crystal-clear water in a pristine mountain stream for elusive trout? It has to be “noodling” for catfish in murky brown rivers.