There are rivers that live in the common mythos of fly fishing: the San Juan, the Battenkill, the Yellowstone. There also are our local rivers and spots that we hold dear and keep a bit more secret than we probably should. Then, there are those waters that could fit in both categories. Colorado has more
I know BlogFlyFish does a gift guide, but I also wanted to throw down some opinions on great gear that I have started using this year so that we can keep the gift ideas rolling and the donations to this year’s non-profit beneficiaries (50/50 to Casting for Recovery and Project Healing Waters) increasing. THE STREAMER RIG
The Deerfield is a terrific river. But, it’s a working river, and the pulsed flows and size are often not an ideal match for youngsters and those new to wading. For the most part, when we are camping at the Mohawk Trail State Forest with the family, we are primarily fishing small streams (Part 1).
George Daniel is an amazing angler and teacher. He used to compete for, and then coach, Team USA. His Dynamic Nymphing book is a must-have, IMO, both for tightlining and indicator nymphing. People say that Strip-Set is equally good if you’re into streamer fishing. In addition, I’ve run into many people who have taken his