This is a multi-part series on how to get into saltwater fly fishing. For Part 1, “The Intro,” click here. If you’re thinking about wading into the salt game, you’ve probably experienced at least one anxious moment contemplating the gear investment to get you there. View this post on Instagram Home tied clousers, part of
“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.
A couple weeks ago, I* made my way to the Marlborough Fly Fishing Show. It was awesome. But, unlike the boat, sport, and outdoors shows of my youth in middle America, this show had a much different feel. The word that comes to mind was concise, and it was such a good show, too. Like
Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving! I’m very grateful for so many things, including the friendships I’ve made via this blog. I’ve learned that are so many amazing anglers, who passionately care for our natural resources and are interested in helping each other. I am particularly glad for the other blog writers. You’re all great