We’re very happy to welcome back to the team Damon Matus, who had to focus on an important family matter. Great to see you again, Big D! Devin Olsen, Lance Egan, and Gilbert Rowley recently released their third tutorial film, Adaptive Fly Fishing – Strategies for Diverse Water Types (trailer). As in their previous films, the
I’ve logged some hours this season fishing dry-droppers on my Euronymphing setup. It is a great way to both tightline and throw dries with one rig. Along the way, I’ve cataloged a few observations that I thought would make for decent blog content and might be helpful, especially to those starting out or experimenting with
I’ve been in the business of risk mitigation for a long time, but I’m often not so quick to practice what I preach. A recent “episode,” a.k.a. “brush with disaster,” was an eye-opening experience worth sharing. On the trout streams and rivers, barbless hooks are not only encouraged, but required by law in certain cases.
“The Rod You Will Eventually Own.” That’s a bold assertion, but, a year ago when I started reading reviews of the Thomas and Thomas Contact Nymph Rod, I couldn’t help but think that the T&T tagline was correct. That assertion turned out to be true in my case, when I recently purchased the 11’3″ three-weight.