I told Damon Matus, a fellow BlogFlyFish.com teammate, that I was going to break my “fish only what I tie” rule. For articulated streamers, I was planning on throwing store-bought ones. After all, they’re reasonably priced, take a long time to make, and require some investment in new materials. I was resolved to do the
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