We’re proud to give a shout out to several of our Fly Fishing profession’s home grown Rock Stars.
Drake Magazine is a grassroots journal for flyfishing enthusiasts. It was founded in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the summer of 1998 on the principle that too much contemporary outdoor writing gives away all the answers to people who never learned what the questions were.
Today it includes emerging voices right alongside tried and true veteran craftsmen and women.
Shannon Outing Photography
Passion for the outdoors and fishing – the sport, the wildlife, the environment, and especially the people who love the angling lifestyle – fuels Shannon Outing Photography’s visual imagery. Shannon’s style emphasizes using natural light and found objects, using minimal editing, and producing powerful images that convey what it is that makes fishing so extraordinary.
Guide to Fishing the Roaring Fork Valley
Written by Proudline guide Michael Shook, The Complete Fly Fishing Guide to the Roaring Fork Valley area is a pocket-sized fly fishing guidebook for the areas best waters; including the Roaring Fork River, the Fryingpan River, the Colorado River, the Crystal River and more.
The Flyfish Journal
The Flyfish Journal publishes four journals per volume and also produces podcasts, blogs, artist series shirts, and special events. The Journal remains committed to being fly fishing’s premier media product. You’ll find photos from local photographer Copi Vojta gracing the Journal’s pages.
Watershed is a poetry book featuring local-talent-turned-poet, Cameron K. Scott. Cameron writes an outdoor column for the La Grande Observer and spends his summers as a fly fishing guide in Colorado and winters in Oregon teaching creative writing for Fishtrap, a literary arts non-profit.
Travis Krause Studios
Proudline thanks friend, flyfisherman, designer and artist Travis Krause Studios for recreating our updated visual branding. You can see our new Proudline logo scattered throughout the Gallery and other pages. Follow Travis on his artistic journey and learn more about his love of the Rocky Mountains, fishing and painting.
Fish For Change
Connection – Education – Conservation – Exploration
The Fish for Change Mission is to use fly-fishing as a platform to make the world a better place by uniting a diverse group of students in wild fisheries where they engage in a variety of initiatives that promote Connection, Education, Conservation, and Exploration.
Throughout the course of the program, students integrate with local communities and work together on local and global initiatives, including community development projects, mangrove restoration, education based projects with local children, community art projects, trash clean ups and more.
Executive Director Steve Brown is a Colorado native who has been fly fishing most of his life. For the past 17 years he has been guiding in Southeastern Colorado. Several journeys through Central America during off seasons led him to the Bay islands of Honduras, saltwater fly-fishing.
He found expansive flats empty of any other anglers, yet full of fish: permit, bonefish, tarpon, and more. Steve’s dreams of starting a small, sustainable fly-fishing lodge came to fruition in the Spring of 2008.