Three Rivers Outdoors

Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun April 20, 2014
PHOTO BY: Courtesy of Arkansas Parks and Tourism

Many people enjoy fly-fishing because of the beautiful settings in which it can be practiced, like the Buffalo National River in the Arkansas Ozarks.

Getting started fly-fishing

Keith Sutton/Contributing Writer

There’s something incredibly beautiful in the way a well-cast fly line unfurls in the air, gently delivering a hook adorned with a few twists of thread and some feathers to a distant target. Romantic images of fly-fishing have drawn many newcomers to the sport in recent years and caught the attention of many more who would like to learn the art of catching fish on a fly. If you’ve been thinking about getting started fly-fishing, you may wonder, how does one begin? Where can you learn the proper methods of casting? What equipment do you need? How do you choose from the hundr... READ MORE

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Arkansans differ in many ways, but most of us have one thing in common: we love spending time on the water. We love fishing in it. We love boating on it. And at times, nothing beats just sitting beside it and savoring the view while we wait for a fish to bite.