#CAST5 Challenge for The American Museum of Fly Fishing


Joan Wulff is featured on AMFF’s first online exhibit “A Graceful Rise”

Take the #CAST5 Challenge and Help The American Fly Fishing Museum (AFFM) complete the most innovative and engaging exhibit developed on Saltwater Fly Fishing!

We can’t all ease over to Vermont for a wade down fly fishing memory lane, or look like a million bucks throwing a fly line, but we do have the chance to experience state-of-the-art fly fishing exhibitions first hand in the digital world.

The first online exhibit from AMFF is now online, A Graceful Rise: Women in Fly Fishing Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.  This is an awesome collection of 52 women and their careers and contributions to the sport.

If you love Fly Fishing and know the importance of preserving its history, take the #CAST5 Challenge and cast 5 bucks to the American Fly Fishing Museum.

Developing this online exhibition would make the research available to everyone, for generations to come.

Take The #CAST5 Challenge

1.  Cast 5 bucks to the American Museum of Fly Fishing via their Indiegogo Campaign.

*You get an awesome decal from AMFF.

2.  Challenge 5 friends who love Fly Fishing and have 5 bucks to #CAST5 to AMFF.

Let’s help the American Museum of Fly Fishing hit their goal of raising $10,000

We will get this started with 5 of our favorite folks to follow on Social Media:


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Fly Lords

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#FLYSHOPSMALL Support your Local Fly Shop


Be Steelheaded with Trout Unlimited TONIGHT!

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On Nov. 20, Trout Unlimited will launch the Wild Steelhead Initiative, a project to protect and restore the wild steelhead and the fishing opportunities they provide throughout their native range in Alaska, California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

At the heart of the initiative is Wild Steelheaders United, a home to anyone who believes in the common quest to protect these fish and the incredible fishing opportunities they provide.

The Initiative will focus on river systems that could support robust, fishable wild steelhead populations, while accepting that properly managed steelhead hatcheries may be appropriate for fishing and harvest opportunity in rivers that can no longer support wild steelhead.

The Initiative will address both habitat protection/restoration and steelhead policy and management to align all of the “H’s” (habitat (including hydro), hatcheries, and harvest) so that wild steelhead can thrive.

Please join us to kick-off this initiative at simultaneous events in five “steelhead states”. The events are free and open to the public.

More information to come soon! Stay tuned to tu.org, our Facebook and Twitter pages or write Shauna Sherard to learn more about TU’s newest effort.

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Two-Mouthed Trout: #FlyFishingMysteryWednesday

Lincoln, Nebraska– Angler Clarence Olberding reels in what he believes a new type of trout, a trout with two mouths.


Read more on what the cause of the two-mouthed trout

Here and Here

The interesting part we found was that this story led us to almost endless content for #flyfishingmystery.

2015 Moving Water Poster now available!

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Moving Water 2015 Poster Supporting The Henry’s Fork Foundation Now Available

Following the success of the Moving Water 2014 poster supporting the Henry’s Fork Foundation (HFF), the 2015 edition is now available at www.MovingWater.org.

The new 24×24 inch poster ($29.95 plus S/H) is printed from Dave Hall’s original oil painting Early Morning on the Upper Henry’s Fork and is subtitled “If you’re lucky, there are places you go back to.”

All profits support the conservation efforts of The Henry’s Fork Foundation (HenrysFork.org).

“This, put simply, is art supporting rivers,” says HFF Executive Director Brandon Hoffner. “Dave Hall’s painting is a vision anglers and other lovers of healthy rivers relate to.”

Want to support HFF at a higher level? Consider the Legends Edition. Thirty posters are being signed by Rene’ Harrop, Mike Lawson, Steve Schmidt and Craig Mathews. See details at www.MovingWater.org .

The poster is shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube from the HFF offices in Ashton, Idaho. Helpful framing ideas and suggestions are included.

Support The Henry’s Fork of the Snake at www.MovingWater.org.

For more info, contact:

Julie Mauer

The Henry’s Fork Foundation


(208) 652-3567

Dave Hall


(801) 419-7289


Unalakleet River Lodge Feature Tonight on the NFL Network

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