Todd Tanner, writing for Hatch shares some hard earned insights with a list of five things help you get good at fly casting. Fly casting for beginners: 5 things you need to know to improve.
Guiding in the fall and winter is a challenge for me when it comes to comfort. Here in Virginia, with its variable weather, planning a day on our spring creeks takes a little ingenuity. 35 degrees at 7 a.m. can swing to 60 degrees by 2 or 3 p.m. that same day. And add a […]
Seems obvious doesn’t it. If you sell fishing tackle then you want people to buy it. Logically then, the fishing tackle industry should be doing everything they can to protect and enhance the one commodity that makes it all possible, the fish.
Inevitably, it comes up in conversation at some point. “How long have you been guiding?” Quickly followed by something related to “do you enjoy it?” or “is it hard?” My pat answer is related to having been a guide and instructor for more than 20 years and fly fisherman for more than 50. Here is […]
Fly Tying the popular Slumpbuster step-by-step instructions and video. Source: Fly Tying The Slumpbuster – Fly Fisherman
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