The conversation often begins with telling people to leave their waders and boots at home, but plan to sight-fish for carp in the 10 to 30 lb. range. You can imagine the reactions I get, but I assure you, just as I assure my clientele, there is no exaggeration here. When fishing the Lowell, MA,
I’ve logged some hours this season fishing dry-droppers on my Euronymphing setup. It is a great way to both tightline and throw dries with one rig. Along the way, I’ve cataloged a few observations that I thought would make for decent blog content and might be helpful, especially to those starting out or experimenting with
I have had a lot of guys tell me that fly fishermen usually out-fish spinning guys, and I can tell you that on schoolies, and when fish are keyed in on small bait, this may be the case. But, at night, when chasing 30″+ fish, the spinning guys have the advantage. So, I am doing
Ciao from Italy! We are away for a family biking trip, but I saw this cool video below and just had to share. I’m a big fan of the Jensens, and I think you’ll like the video. I haven’t fished in the past four weeks due to an insane work schedule and family weekend commitments.