Last week, New Zealand’s Manic Tackle Project went live with their latest edition of Fly Fishers Inc, a great online fly fishing magazine. Why are we telling you this? Because Alaska West guide and New Zealand resident, Jeff Forsee, has written a great article in FFI’s most recent issue titled ‘Midnight Sessions.’ Through great writing and […]
Steelheading with Captain Quinn.
One of the universal truths in fly fishing, regardless of what species you are pursuing, is the longer your fly is in the water, the greater chance you have to catch fish. After all, a fly in the air catches no fish. With that said, we haven’t mastered the art of ‘shadow casting’ yet.. And we’ve seen […]
Catch Yow on the 2015 Fly Fishing Film Tour.
Still need some holiday gift ideas for a fly fisherman in your life? With the big day just around the corner, we’re down to crunch time.. Not to worry! Here are 7 great gift ideas, sure to please any fly fishing junkie. But here’s the best part, they can all be purchased online, require no […]
Bill Sargent wrote this Florida Today column in June 1980 about his friend Gadabout Gaddis, who had the first television fishing show in the 1950s and early '60s known as "The Flying Fisherman." In this column, Gaddis recalls his early days at Sebastian Inlet. LINK (via:Florida Today)
Fly fishing attempts to break the internet. Just one of a host of 2015 IF4 selection trailers released this week.
Mike Baumgardner handcrafts some beautiful wooden fly rod cases. Lava lamps made from Dry Fly Distillary bottles. Brown trout watercolor print from TCsArt. Brook Trout limited edition print by Matt Patterson. Brook Trout in a maple fly plaque from Fretwork by Darryl.
Peter Laurelli teases his latest effort. SIFF is an acronym for Surf & Inshore Fly Fishing. The SIFF series has been a ongoing project of trying to capture the feeling of the moments spent fly fishing the inshore waters in the Northeastern US and beyond. Show More Summary
Wed 31 Dec Treat yourself to a baller New Year's with an eight-course seafood degustation at Flying Fish in Pyrmont, that also conveniently enjoys expansive views...
Birds fly, fish swim and politicians tell lies, so the old cliché goes. Most of the time, the really big whoppers are so bad that everyone notices them. If a politician tells a porkie about why he took us to war, if an MP fibs about fiddling his expenses, if a minister misleads voters about a sex scandal, we all tend to know. Show More Summary
This just in! Vermont has an official state fly. LINK (via: Angling Trade) Credit for this new addition to the menagerie of state tree, fossil, reptile, fish, insect, bird and so forth, goes to Rhey Plumley, a fly tyer, trout activist and man about Vermont's streams and lakes. (via:VPR) Begs the question as to what the other 49 states would adopt as their state fly?
We’re back today with our roughly mid-month rundown of some good articles from other fly fishing websites around the web. With the holidays upon us, the pressure is on to find the perfect gift for the fly fisher people in our lives. So, today’s “Three Good Posts” is nothing but holiday gift guides, all featuring […]
Anyone else silently and persistently turning their xmas tree into a fly fishing tree? Yeah, me either.
When fishing for bonefish from a flats skiff, it’s common practice to strip a generous amount of fly line off of your reel onto either the deck, or better yet, the floor behind you as you hold the fly in your non-casting hand. We call it the ready position, but in case you’re not sure […]
90 miles is a fly fishing documentary about the relationship between the Florida keys and Cuba. Produced by World Angling for the 2015 Fly Fishing Film tour.
There’s the Darwin version and the Flying Spaghetti Monster version, but this one is my favorite so far! [The Science Fish Car Emblem | Via]
The first thing I did, when I received a review copy of 50 Best Places Fly Fishing The Northeast by Bob Mallard ($34.95, Stonefly Press), was flip to the Montauk section. Because even though the book is dominated by the region’s top trout waters, when I fall asleep at night I dream about salt. So … Continue reading BOOKS: 50 Best Places Fly Fishing the Northeast ?