Daily Archives: May 19, 2022

Video of the Week: Dry Fly Fishing a Small Mountain Stream with Wild Fly Productions

Video of the Week: Dry Fly Fishing a Small Mountain Stream with Wild Fly Productions

In this week’s episode of Video of the Week, we catch up with Scottie Finanger of Wild Fly Productions and his buddy Colby Menefee as they target Bonneville Cutthroat trout in a small mountain stream. Equipped with 3wts, finicky fish, and tight casting corridors makes for an epic short video. The Bonneville Cutthroat trout is Utah’s state fish, “historically found…

Pro Tips: How to Tie Your Own Bass and Saltwater Leaders

Pro Tips: How to Tie Your Own Bass and Saltwater Leaders

Here’s another lesson–in the vein of his “guide-fly” series–from Alvin Dedeaux of All Water Guides. Guides want to be able to tie useful leaders that don’t take long to tie. This is not George Harvey-level science, but is a quick-and-dirty method for situations where you don’t need to be too stealthy. Alvin uses three knots: the perfection loop, the blood knot,…

Podcast: Beavers and Trout

Podcast: Beavers and Trout

Tom Rosenbauer sat down on a recent podcast to talk about the relationship between beavers and trout with Ben Goldfarb. Ben wrote a book about beavers, and adds a ton of great insight into a creature that’s integral for trout survival. Listen to the podcast below. See All Orvis Learning Center Fly Fishing Podcasts The post Podcast: Beavers and Trout…

Belly Crawling to Big Trout

Belly Crawling to Big Trout

Kent Klewein is back with another story about stealthy approaches for big trout, over at Gink & Gasoline. It’s a fun read, and yes – sometimes, belly crawling is just the tactic for putting the sneak on some big trout. Read the story here. The post Belly Crawling to Big Trout appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

Discovering the Magic of Striped Bass on the Fly

Discovering the Magic of Striped Bass on the Fly

A big striper on the fly will make you forget about trout streams for a while. Photo by Sandy Hays The small New Hampshire town where I grew up is within an hour’s drive of some of northeastern New England’s best striper fishing. Yet, instead of exploring the waters of Plum Island, Cape Ann, or Great Bay, I chose to…

Research on potential removal of Enloe Dam ramping up

Research on potential removal of Enloe Dam ramping up

Researchers have been sampling the massive amount of sediment collected behind Enloe Dam and studying the ability of salmon to swim over the waterfalls at the dam. But a lot more information is still needed to understand the impacts of the potential removal of the 102-year-old dam on the Similkameen River near Oroville. Studies have found six pathways at the…

Got Milkfish?

Got Milkfish?

Busting the myth that milkfish don’t produce lactic acid as the reason why they fight for so long. Every few months, there is a post … The post Got Milkfish? appeared first on Moldy Chum. Source link

Return to Providence 2022 – Episode 1 Off The Mark

Return to Providence 2022 – Episode 1 Off The Mark

After three years of Pandemic, Peter McLeod and his team of rods finally had the chance to return to the hallowed waters of Providence Atoll … The post Return to Providence 2022 – Episode 1 Off The Mark appeared first on Moldy Chum. Source link