These runners-up to the 2019 Outside Summer Buyer’s Guide will help you make perfect casts to perfect fish

In this installment, More Than Just Parks features the Flathead Valley and its endless recreational opportunities

Smart looks and smarter design make this jacket the first thing we reach for when we head out the door

‘Paul’ documents one cancer patient’s relationship with a pristine river in Northern California, the McCloud.

In this video from Rio, sales manager Zack Dalton demonstrates how to properly rig a fly rod from start to finish

Three epic adventures you can give any outdoorsperson

The ‘Ghost of Steelhead Future’ extrapolates what could happen to a prized Oregon river

This short film features fly fishing guide Maddie Brenneman and her journey to find fulfillment in wild spaces

If you thought this was just another trout fishing video, think again

'Hang Tight' from Brothers on the Fly documents a fly fishing trip to Slovenia in search of a pristine river and the elusive marble trout.

Chef Eduardo Garcia travels to Mexico with fellow anglers Oliver White and Hilary Hutcheson.

Here's the gear I chose for my first fly-fishing setup

When Jen Ripple learned the rich history of female anglers, she thought it was about time they had their own publication

The Yellowstone River is the beating heart of Paradise Valley, Montana, but a proposed mine threatens the entire ecosystem.

Guanaja, along the Mosquito Coast in Honduras, isn’t friendly. It’s hot, humid, and pirates are a real threat.

‘Our Wild’ profiles three wildlife biologists and anglers as they immerse themselves in Wyoming’s public lands.

My Mom Vala from YETI and Tributaries Digital Cinema profiles its namesake character Vala Arnadottir.

A Normal Life, from Filson, profiles Russell Owen, a fly fishing guide on Alaska’s Alagnak River.

Because spending time together is more important than buying new gear

This film Laplanders from the filmmakers at Hooke​​​​​​​ encapsulates the arduous journey to hooking into a Baltic Salmon.

Walk softly and carry the right stick.

From Orvis, The Motivator is a dedication from filmmaker Aaron Hitchins to his mother Maureen.

Say goodbye to too-wide, unstable boots. These are built for women's feet from the ground up.

From the filmmakers at Tightloops Fly, Study To Be Quiet is an example of seeking stillness in every adventure.

In 1923, John Hill wrote a book about pursuing an elusive fish deep in Bolivia’s jungle, the golden dorado.

With Yeti in the hot seat over a feud with the NRA, competitors are jumping at the chance to win over new customers by declaring their allegiance to the Second Amendment

In an excerpt from Kirk Wallace Johnson's new book 'The Feather Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century,' Edwin Rist, a 20-year-old champion flytier, pulls off a very strange burglary at the British Museum of Natural History.

50/50 on the Water, a new film from Orvis, doubles down on the company’s initiative to strive for gender parity in fly-fishing.

'Of The West' from Orvis features silversmith Jillian Lukiwski sharing how her work is influenced by a life outside.

The Una River in Bosnia is known for its exceptional trout waters.

Camp Walker is a thirty-year-old fly guide in the south Florida, where the last thing they need is more fly guides.

Swing Season, from fishing company Sage, chronicles guide Gray Struznik’s efforts to restore his hometown fishery by catching fewer fish.

From Happy Handgrenade Productions, Dogs of War follows fly fishing guide Lionel Song as he pursues the annual catfish migration which sends Okavango Delta in Africa into a frenzy.

Fly-fishing guide Camille Egdorf is putting an end to the good-ole-boys-club on the river.

For the guys at Access Unlimited, they strive to show their clients that their limitations can be overcome. They are breaking down barriers for aspiring fisherman to get out on the water.

In the first chapter of Blackburn Designs film series, Water Cycle, Brian Ohlen bikes around the west coast in search of Steelhead.

24 Hours In LA from Redington, follows a group of rowdy gentlemen as they explore the waters around Los Angeles.

The 161-year-old rod and tackle manufacturer is doubling down on its commitment to women’s gear

Though he's a married man, Landon Mace finds that theres only one thing on his mind, trout.

From the fundamentals of just picking up your garbage to the sophisticated ripple effects of a dam project on a watershed, this film explores the wide range of conservation efforts.

From The North Face and Helio, The Line follows pro-skier Tatum Monod as she recovers from a tibia injury.

From Yeti Cycles and Filmmakers Joey Schusler and Craig Grant, High Altitude Lines bring us along on a fly-fishing and mountain biking adventure through the San Juan high country.

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