Beautiful scenery, graceful casts and hard hits fill the footage of this short film of fly fishing for northern pike from Vaidas Uselis.
From Theronn King In this video I confess to sub-par fish handling techniques. My deficiencies were brought to my attention by certain members of the Washington Fly Fishing Forum in a way that really showed their true colors as human beings.
Each month we like to share three good articles about fly fishing, from other websites, that we liked and think you might enjoy too. However, this month we’ve stumbled onto a few videos from other websites that we think you’ll appreciate instead. Enjoy! Fly Casting in the Wind. A great explanation taken from Carl McNeil’s video, […]
The Palometa Club’s 3rd Annual Permit Tournament was held April 10-17, 2015, and raised over $6000 to benefit the Jon Ain Fund at Bonefish Tarpon Trust as well as the schoolchildren of Punta Allen, Mexico. This short film from Matt ...
Is it time to re-evaluate how we measure fish? Kirk Deeter argues that a back-to-belly evaluation might be more indicative of a healthier (and tougher fighting) fish. “As such, I’m now in hot pursuit of the ‘elusive seven-incher,’” Deeter writes. … more ?
Using Lefty Kreh’s “fifty percent rule,” Tom Rowland of Saltwater Experience demonstrates how to create a fly fishing leader for bonefish. Even the unlikeliest of pockets can hold trout. In a recent article, Daniel Galhardo urges anglers to not overlook … more ?
The Palometa Club recently hosted its namesake 3 rd Annual Permit Tournament, April 10-17. The Palometa Club once again teamed up with Patagonia and Hatch Reels as the lead sponsors for the annual event to benefit the Jon Ain Fund at Bonefish Tarpon Trust as well as the schoolchildren of Punta Allen, Mexico. Show More Summary
The second episode of Redington’s video series, Find Your Water, combines fly fishing and skiing, following the water cycle in Wyoming’s backcountry.
The recently held 15th Annual Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival drew record crowds. “Clearly we are really resonating with the general public, many of whom no little to nothing about fly fishing—and that is great for the industry,” says … more ?
From The Meadows Project.
While the wait for warmer weather might take a while in northern climates, the folks at FRENZY brave the cold to get out on the water.
The Belize Tarpon Tagging Expedition offers anglers an opportunity to help participate in field work that will advance tarpon research, while also enjoying fishing opportunities in Belize. The 2015 expedition will be led in part by Andy Mill. Read more … more ?
Anglers Regan Flanagan and Stephanie Powell search the desert streams of Southern Idaho for Redband trout. Via Wes Atkinson.
Nearly every periodical teases me with some gizmo whose description promises revolutionary change and great functionality, yet whose price is tailored to a member of the Saudi royal family. Like you, I have a weakness for gadgets made...Show More Summary
This blog is now over 250 words and I am yet to write a post about this subject. I can't believe it slipped my mind!The spinning reel, also called an eggbeater reel, is the most popular form of fishing reel available. Most new anglers start with these reels as they are one of the easiest to learn to cast and retrieve. Show More Summary
Redfish (also called red drum or channel bass) are a favorite with anglers from from Massachusetts to Florida in the USA. These fish fight hard, grow big and respond well to a variety of angling techniques. They are often caught on lures...Show More Summary
Yesterday I wrote about unhooking a fishing hook from your hand so I thought I would continue the trend today and talk about unhooking a fish. I have also previously written an article on releasing fish, which can be found at my previous post catch and release.Unhooking fish can be a daunting task for new anglers. Show More Summary
Firstly I must apologize because this blog has been completely untouched for about a month now after a 90% drop in visitors overnight which I have been trying to solve for a while. Today the search numbers are back up a little so hopefully things are going in the right direction (fingers crossed). Show More Summary
Boat launching can be a slightly stressful situation at times. Often you are faced with impatient anglers who feel that you holding them up is going to cost them a fish of a lifetime. If you have to share the ramp with other water users,...Show More Summary
Have you ever been out on the water and needed a rope of a certain length of rope only to have 2 short lengths of rope in the boat. I know that I have been in this situation and have obviously needed to join the ropes to make the required distance. Show More Summary