Not every fly fishing professional is a member of Team USA like Lance Egan, but, instead, is a pillar of our local communities. View this post on Instagram Likely the biggest bass of the herring run now that my river's blueback run is tapering off. It's been a brutal season of long nights and small fish.
Not every fly fishing professional is a member of Team USA like Lance Egan, but, instead, is a pillar of our local communities. These people make the underwater world accessible to the rest of us: guides, tiers, writers, editors, biologists, trout bums, captains and shop owners. We have amazing people all across New England, and
I think one of the best blogs about fly tying is PlanetTrout. His detailed photos are pretty incredible, and you can scroll through so many posts and learn much. His old photos of his family are very touching. A post he wrote about Midges in 2013 is very thorough. He clearly is very experienced. I’m
I increasingly run into more and more younger anglers when I’m out. I think that is awesome. It bodes well for fly fishing and our political influence. Recently, two residents of NH contacted me. First, Max DesMarais is a recent college grad who just launched a new site called HikingandFishing.com. He recently posted an overview