After serving his country as soldier, Landon Mace moved home to Bend, Oregon to follow his passion for fly fishing. Via Bote.
From false casting to honest communication with your guide, expert anglers take on the question “What is the single most common mistake you see your clients make, and what can I do to avoid it?” in the most recent “Ask … more ?
Today marks the first official day of spring, and we know for many of you that can only mean one thing.. Spring trout fishing! Therefore, this month’s edition of three good articles has a theme.. You got it.. Fly fishing for spring trout! Enjoy. Three Good Articles – Spring Trout Tips Edition The Secrets of […]
Bass Action on “Ultimate Catch”; Angling Tips from Pros on “The Fish Finders”; Giant Smallmouths in Michigan on “Hook N’ Look” and Rainbow Trout in Alberta on “The New Fly Fisher” DENVER (March 16, 2017) – During the week of March 20–26,...Show More Summary
For author and fly tier Jay Zimmerman, carp are not a side show, writes Zach Matthews, “they are the main event.” Zimmerman talks fly patterns, carp behavior, and different fishing environments in this interview via American Angler.
Barracuda (something we see a lot of on South Andros) are a highly underrated fish to target on a fly. Not only are they big, aggressive, and fight really hard, they’re also know for jumping like tarpon and hit flies harder than anything we’ve seen.. What more could ask for in a game fish!? The […]
As many of you are aware, the folks at G.Loomis shocked the fly fishing world this past summer when they unveiled their latest rod series, the Asquith – built using arguably the most unique manufacturing process in fly rod design since, well, graphite. Like many of you, we were excited to get our paws on the […]
Author and MidCurrent board member Thomas McGuane will be honored with the 2017 Heritage Award by The American Museum of Fly Fishing. The event will be held April 5, 2017, at a public reception hosted at the Racquet & Tennis … more ...
Gear maintenance is essential to good performance on the water. In this recent article Ben Duchesney outlines how to maintain fly rods and reels, including tips on everything from proper storage to seasonal cleaning. Via Postfly Box. Being able to see … more ?
Joe Ide discusses his debut novel, IQ his writing process, and why he enjoys fly fishing.
When we first caught wind that our friends from ECHO were designing a high-modulus, ultra-fast action, fly rod for hard fighting fish, at a middle-of-the-road price point, we knew right away we needed to get our hands on one. Designed by Pat Ehlers, ECHO’s ‘E.P.R.’ is the company’s introduction into the ultra-fast action rod category. According to […]
When you hook a big fish in open water you can let it run. However, hooking up around a dock or structure requires strategy. In this recent article John Kumiski outlines techniques for fly fishing around structure. Via Florida Sportsman. … more ?
We’ve said it many before, but when it comes to selecting bonefish flies for South Andros, our fish aren’t overly picky. Many, many different fly patterns work well on our flats, so when choosing flies we prefer to focus on a few basic variables for the situation at hand, rather than a particular fly pattern. Arguably the […]
When cold weather hits, the go-to flies are usually small nymph patterns. However, there is good reason to reach for big streamers instead, writes Jason Randall. “Larger fish target smaller fish weakened by the thin energy budget in the winter … more ?
Wet flies might be considered “classic” patterns but are still effective for 21st century trout, writes Scott Sanchez. “Wet flies are a fun and effective way to fish, and a great link to the gilded age of fly fishing. Tie … more ?
One of the world’s top fly fishing photographers, Brian O’Keefe, sits down for an interview with Jimmy Langman in Patagon Journal. “Personally, I have never considered photography a career or job. I call it a hobby out of control.” Read … more ?
This short film features the beauty of swinging flies in a Northern BC autumn. Via Chromer Fishing.
From seeing fish and reading water, to practicing and asking the right questions, Tim Harden outlines five tips for fly fishing for permit. “Fly fishing for permit is a tough game, and having just returned from a trip to the … more ...
Puerto Rican Grand Slam on “Ultimate Catch”; Angling Tips from Pros on “The Fish Finders”; Smallmouth Bass in Florida on “Hook N’ Look” and Big Lake Trout on “The New Fly Fisher” DENVER (March 2, 2017) – World Fishing Network viewers...Show More Summary
There’s no shortage of well made, cool looking, outdoor inspired clothing these days. However, while looking cool on the water is important (don’t pretend you don’t think so), when it comes to clothes for fishing, we think form should follow function. After all, how could clothes designed to fish well look anything but uber cool […]