After a long winter spent at the vise tying saltwater flies, spring finally came once again, and my favorite yellow-eyed fish, the Striped Bass returned to the shores of Massachusetts. If there is one fish that the New England coast is known for, it’s stripers. They are the perfect fly rod fish. They are opportunistic
Spring is finally here! Waters are warming, and not only is the trout fishing improving day by day, but the opportunity of catching other species on the fly is now becoming much more possible. I recently bought a float tube and hit some local ponds in my area. The bass in these ponds are getting
For the longest time, I remember reading books and articles about cutting edge streamer patterns like Blane Chocklett’s “Game Changer” or Kelly Galloup’s “Zoo Cougar” and feeling like I was missing a piece of the fly fishing puzzle. I remember buying a Game Changer from Cabela’s before I had learned to tie them for myself.
I recently had the opportunity to spend some time on the Salmon River in upstate New York. This river flows out of Lake Ontario, and is home to some of the most intense freshwater fishing in the Northeast. Because of the sheer size of the Great Lakes, anadromous species like chinook salmon, coho salmon