After listening to an Orvis podcast that featured Davy Wotton, inventor of my favorite knot, the Double Davy, I hit the Internet and stumbled upon some great videos on Amazon Prime. Wotton has two great videos there, Wet Fly Ways and Midge Magic Fishing. Both are absolutely outstanding, and I learned a ton. He covers
If you tie your own soft hackles, you’ll eventually start running out of small feathers. That’s a pain because skins aren’t cheap. But, all is not lost, for here is a very helpful Tim Flagler video on using larger feathers. It’s a very cool fly-tying trick, but would you expect anything less from Tim?
It has been a very long time since I last posted, and I don’t know what to think. Usually, I make it a point to post once a month if not twice or thrice during the peak season. Recently, however, I haven’t been fly fishing. Heck, I have also barely had time to ice fish
This is Part 2 of an occasional series on the links between fly fishing and neuroscience. Read Part 1 here. We can be our own worst enemies. We can regret prior decisions or worry about the future almost without pause. It is all normal and is based on neuroscience. But, none of that seals our