Featured ListingsGet your business featured here
Stillwater Fly Fishing - Three Tips
Stillwater fly fishing can be challenging at times but when the fishing is good, it can be most rewarding! Here's three tips to improve your chances.
Before You Buy A Fly Rod
If you are just starting out and are thinking about your first fly rod, here are some tips and ideas to keep in mind.
Fly Fishing Techniques: A Brief Overview
Not a comprensive discussion of every major fly fishing technique, but a quick overview especially aimed at the beginner ere are a variety of fly fishing techniques, which when learned can help the fly fisher adapt to a variety of situations - and catch more fish!
Double Taper or Weight Forward?
The majority of anglers however, will probably purchase a floating line as their first line, for fishing rivers and streams. But what about weight forward or double taper?
Fly Line Grain Weights - Understanding Fly
Recently, I came across an article that had some incorrect information about how fly lines were rated in weight (sometimes seen as wt.). If you have been confused by how fly line is rated, hopefully this will help clear that up!
Fly Pattern Classifications - A Brief Overv
For the angler who is just beginning to learn about fly fishing, hearing about things such as dry flies, nymphs, and streamers can be confusing. What do these terms all mean? In a nutshell, they refer to a general method of classifying the fly patterns based on what they might represent and how they are fished. Let's take a look.
How To Attach Fly Line To Reel Backing
Knots can be a complicated topic for many people, especially those new to fly fishing. Here is one way to attach your fly line to your backing that is not difficult.
How To Properly Release A Fish
With the growing interest in Catch & Release, it is important to know the correct way to release fish to ensure its survival. Here is a how to from About Fly Fishing.
More Success Fly Fishing Lakes
Do you really want to have more success when you are fly fishing lakes? Lakes offer some tremendous opportunities for fly anglers and often, bigger fish than are typically found in small rivers and streams can be had. Even large ponds can hold some big old brutes of fish. Think Chironomids!!
Understanding Tippets And Leaders
From time to time, I get questions from beginners or non fly fishers about leaders and tippets. Some wonder what a tippet is exactly, and others get confused about the numbering system on tippets. Hopefully this will clear up the confusion.
What the Heck is Flyfishing?
To some, flyfishing is an art. To others, it is a passion, an occupation, a spiritual experience, or even a crazy thing to do. So, what is it really, and what makes it different from other types of fishing?
Your Fly Fishing Rod - Protect Your Investm
You probably spent a good amount of money on your fly rod, and it might be one of the most expensive pieces of gear you own. Here's some ways you can protect your fly rod - and the money you've spent.