I hope everyone is having a great Thanksgiving! This is our annual holiday gift guide, and our team has pulled together items that we think have been particularly awesome. Some are old items, but most are new to our list. Feel free to forward to friends and family! As you know, we donate 100% of
These flies work, and these rivers produce. Links are below. Note that these are all amply-stocked waters that many already visit and about which much information already has been published. I’ve found that many rivers are sub-par. I track in my fishing journal what fly patterns work on which waters. So, the links below are
(On this long weekend to mark Veterans Day, we give a shout out to all who have served. This blog donates 100% of its profits to charities, including Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing.) A blurb in a copy of Fly Fisherman earlier this year caught my eye. A narrative feature film about fly fishing! Amazing!
I wanted to write up a quick post about tying one of my own concoctions that I call the Golden Doodle. I came up with this idea a couple of years ago but in the last year and a half I’ve really refined it and come up with a solid recipe that has put
The last month has had it’s ups and downs as far as my fishing journey has been concerned. Most of my favorite trout spots have been stocked and fishing decently. October is an interesting time because you’ve got lots of freshly stocked fish that get hammered by anglers and become quickly educated. Fluctuating temps can