My first-time saltwater fly fishing was off the Mexican Gulf coast targeting tarpon in average schools of 50
No one likes losing their flies to the river, but it’s a part of fly fishing whether you’re
The gear, and acquisition of gear, is part of what makes fly fishing so fun. While there’s something
Considering how cold the Lake Erie tributaries can get, “fever” is an interesting word to use to describe
There are times when the desire to fish a certain spot first will blind the angler to everything
A nice brown trout gently slides out from an undercut bank to sip the ant that had just
Of all the aspects of fly fishing that intimidate anglers, choosing the right line and knowing when to
In the painstaking weeks leading up to the start of the steelhead run, anglers are left with little
When the leaves start to tint with orange and yellow and the breeze turns crisp, anglers become obsessed
Fly fishing guide services can be found in all 50 states and across the globe, for good reason!
Many associate gaudy, articulated streamers with big trout, but it’s often eggs that yield the true giants of
It’s often noted how one of the great things about fishing is there is no true “season” to
That’s always the million-dollar question, isn’t it? It’s something I’m often asked by curious anglers and prospective clients
It doesn’t matter how many boxes filled with neatly organized flies we carry with us on the stream.
Would you rather write the fishing report or read the fishing report? That’s the conundrum for so many
Most anglers associate steelhead fishing with the colors of autumn and snows of winter, but there’s great fishing