The TV show “How It’s Made” recently featured Regal Vises. If you’ve ever wondered how Regal fly tying vices are made, this short film gives a glimpse of the process. Late summer is prime hopper season, and Louis Cahill runs … more ...
RIO Products has announced the release of the Coastal QuickShooter and Coastal QuickShooter XP fly lines for fly fishing in cooler conditions. This series recently won the European Fishing Tackle Trade Association’s award for Best Fly Line. Read more in … more ?
This short film from Sweden features creative animation of the Ephemera vulgate hatch and is a delight to watch. Via Samfundet.
In this short film Austin Lowery offers up great footage of fishing his local waters.
Jess McGlothlin writes about her trusted gear for travel in the field in a recent article for Carryology. “Often travelling to the destinations is half the battle, and my gear needs to be ready to adapt,” writes McGlothlin, “from commercial … more ?
RIO Products has announced the launch of a newly designed website which provides easier navigation for product information and educational resources and materials. Read more in the press release below. Explore More Content and Products with the new RIO Products Website … more ?
To catch fish you first have to locate them. Understanding survival motives and feeding habits can help you identify key areas. From underwater structure and seams to depth and riffles, find more information about reading streams in this piece on … more ?
Faced with wildfires and river closures due to high temperatures, Brian Kimmel of Shadow of a Trout Outfitters and Tracy Allen of Adipose Boatworks trade trout fishing for carp in this short film. Via Catch Magazine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90xOZQI0O2Y
In this film short Nick Duke offers up beautiful footage of fly fishing for smallmouth bass on the Savannah River.
The Fire Bird is a classic Bird’s Nest pattern with an added hot spot using UV Fly Paint to give it extra flare. View the tying tutorial via Loon Outdoors. Looking back on progress you’ve made as an angler can … more ?
This short film tells the story of the river that runs through the Blackfoot valley just east of Missoula, Montana. Via PMD Productions.
A cool and wet spring in the Northeast has helped brook trout populations threatened by climate change and acid rain. John Hopewell writes about the challenges facing this native fish as well as the inroads being made. Via The Washington Post. … more ?
Paul Weamer outlines the identification, life cycle, and fly pattern imitation of mayflies in a recent article via Fly Fisherman. “Many anglers who do not know the scientific names are fond of saying that trout don’t speak Latin,” he writes. … more ?
This short film features footage from a beautiful morning spent fishing small Appalachian creeks. Via Troutfish_NC.
In a recent article Tim Eberly writes about his introduction to the tenkara technique and a day on the water with guide Tom Sadler. “In a pastime that some say has become preoccupied with equipment, this allows modern-day anglers to focus … more ?
In the upcoming 5 Rivers Challenge, test your angling skills while fishing some of the most remarkable wild trout waters in California, including The Pit River, Fall River, McCloud River, Upper Sacramento River and Hat Creek. Proceeds from the go … more ?
From bug repellant to reels, the 2016 Buyer’s Guide from Outside Magazine features fly fishing essentials for the upcoming seasons. The “Bass Buster” fly is a great bluegill imitation. Learn how to tie the pattern in this recent instructional video … more ?
The Billfish Research Project works to develop collaborative relationships with scientists and anglers around the world to initiate research projects that will help better inform fisheries management. A recent video highlights the work being done. American Rivers provides data on … more ?
This short film captures the fleeting moment that anglers live for: when the fish eats the fly. Via Matt Disselkoen.
This footage features great shots of fly fishing Kamchatka. Via TFF.