How much do you know about these cinder worm hatches? People don’t talk about them much, except for those of us who chase after them, sometimes successfully. They are worms one- to three-inches in length of various colors (pink, orange, brown, etc.). They swarm on the surface of the salt ponds in Rhode Island and
Fly fishing at night for striped bass is a very different endeavor. So, it’s really important to step a bit outside of the norm when designing night patterns. I want to share two proven patterns developed by Rich Murphy. If you fly fish for striped bass and don’t have Rich’s book, Fly Fishing for Striped
Dan Wells is a very experienced and passionate angler. Here is an incredibly insightful guest post about targeting striped bass. You can follow Dan on Instagram at @canalflyguy. Many thanks to blog team member Alex Bagdonas for teeing up this post. _____________________________ Spring is here, and, any day now, herring will start showing up in
Blog team member Damon Matus just published a very cool video. Here it is. Enjoy!