When you think of saltwater fishing, wading boots may not be at the top of your mind. Warm sand and cool water all come together to create a perfect storm that makes for bare feet weather. Which I completely get. There’s something freeing about being barefoot in the water casting […]
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You’ve had your line for a couple of years now and never had an issue with it. It sailed through the guides without hesitation, and floated on the water like a timber rattler swimming across a stream. But as the years have waged your line has been exposed to sun […]
How to use split shot to catch more fish when fly fishing Fly fishing began with the exclusive use of flies on the surface of the water. Later to become known as dry fly fishing, this method results in exciting, visual takes. Everyone who has ever caught a fish on […]
Fly fishermen are always dealing with the cold. Trout, salmon, steelhead, pike, and char are our favorite targets, and all these species live in cold water, usually in cold places. And while we may all prefer a warm spring or fall day, the fish don’t stop biting when winter comes […]
“The fish of a thousand casts.” Get used to hearing that phrase if you’re targeting steelhead with a fly rod. It is a fish that is as elusive as it is desired; as difficult to catch as it is beautiful; as frustrating as it is worthy. Steelhead trout are truly […]
Fly fishing, like most outdoor sports and activities where equipment is involved, can bring a pretty steep price tag when getting into the sport. For a beginner, it’s incredibly daunting to try and navigate the waters of pairing the right pieces of equipment to suit your needs.