The Art of the Mini Adventure: What’s next?


Written by: Emma Sandham

At Orvis, defining and celebrating #TheArtoftheMiniAdventure is important to us now more than ever. As we begin to see light at the end of the tunnel and brighter spring days bursting with nature, we decided to revisit the Mini Adventure, speaking to some friends of Orvis about the adventures they have had so far this year and what they are most looking forward to now that we can travel a little further away from home.

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Dry Flies & Nymphs For Early-Season Success


Written by: Isobella Ash

BT Sport Presenter and England Rivers International Angler, Andy Ford talks dry flies and nymphs best for early-season success & the materials you’ll need. When you’re planning your approach for the new season, what do you tie? Those boxes that were used and abused back in October have probably got more gaps in them than […]

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Planning for A Mini Adventure


Written by: Isobella Ash

At Orvis, defining and celebrating #TheArtoftheMiniAdventure is important to us now more than ever. So, what does adventure mean to you? For many, it’s all about exploring a new place, water, or summit and the journey that takes you there. Orvis PR and Events Associate, Emma Sandham, borrowed the iconic Orvis Land Rover to assist […]

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Orvis UK Winter Desktop Backgrounds


Written by: Isobella Ash

During this unconventional Christmas, we know that many of you will be longing for wintery walks and fishing on the icy riverbank. That’s why we’ve created desktop backgrounds for you to use, so no matter what the restrictions allow us to do you can still log onto your computer and be inspired by the beauty […]

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