Congrats to Lori Ann Murphy and Reel Women for winning this prestigious industry award.
Learn techniques for offshore, bottom, inshore and fly fishing, along with basics of the rod and reel at this hands-on, “no-screaming” workshop.
Meet new wild game food blogger Joyce Schmalz, and learn about what she’s got on her “plate” this summer.
It just takes a few minutes to review or learn the 5 steps to ensure your PFD is ready for the boating/fishing season! With video. Courtesy of BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water.
How wonderful it is to have a teacher who realizes your potential. Like, for example, Carol McKim, who urged her student, Ava Balderrama, to enter this art contest.
Find out why Ashley Rae strung steelheads and “talking dirty” together in her latest blog post.
Want to learn more tips and techniques and find cool events where you can fly fish?
It’s time to think spring and flinging a fly-line. Our Bodie tells you why she’ll be wearing these waders in the water.
Want to get some more tips about fly fishing? Thanks, Orvis!
How about some hands-on, one-on-one seminars teaching you deep sea fishing, fly casting, equipment of the sport and much more!
The “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” educational series announces a partnership with Freedom Boat Club.
The recreational fishing industry, through KeepAmericaFishing®, its grassroots angler advocacy campaign, is asking anglers to add their worn out soft plastic baits to that list.
What a wonderful way to raise money for this extraordinary charity.
It’s the start of another great season for the LBAA!
Here’s a great story of a young entrepreneur who recycles fishing line.
If you’d like to find a woman’s organization that fishes, this website is for you.
What a cool idea. Here’s an organization geared to support women who work in the fishing industry, or who come from fishing families.
Want to find a fly-fishing club near you? Check out this wonderful online resource.
Want to get out fishing in Wisconsin and Michigan this winter? Here’s how!
We’ve watched her fish and been amazed! Can’t wait to see what she does now. Congrats, Ashley!