Purists may hate me for saying this, but I love using worm flies. Why? Because they just catch fish. I’ve taken most of my biggest trout on worms flies, and they always seem to bring in trout on days when nothing else seems to work. Places to use them? Swift, Swift, Swift… for some reason
Great video here sent from one of the blog’s viewers, RI Brook Trout. Check it out, and make sure your fish aren’t going belly up 30 seconds after you release them. Of course, while this is specific to the tailing glove, the same dangers exist with setting a fish in dirt, rocks, or excessive bare-hand
Just from looking around the various blogs and forums, you will see that some anglers have been absolutely crushing it fly fishing in ponds and lakes. I have always struggled fishing the stillwater, but I’ve been doing better as of late. Here are a few things that have worked for me, and tips that MA
I like to keep up with the news in the fishing industry, and I thought this was interesting. I hope it does not happen, as there a lot of things I like about Cabelas that Bass Pro likely wouldn’t continue. Fly fishing section, specific types of hooks (midge, carp, etc.), certain lures, etc. Thoughts anyone?