Daily Archives: June 14, 2022

Video Pro Tips: How to Choose the Right Nymph

Video Pro Tips: How to Choose the Right Nymph

One of the first things that a fly fisher learns is that matching the hatch is important. But how, exactly, do you do that–especially when there are no insects on the water’s surface? Here’s a two-part video lesson that demonstrates four methods for sampling the water, which will show you what’s available to trout right now and what food items…

Reel of the Week: POV Tarpon Catch with Kieran Hoffman

Reel of the Week: POV Tarpon Catch with Kieran Hoffman

A note from Kieran Hoffman: “We started out the morning before the sun was up on a spot we know would hold Tarpon. As soon as we showed up we could hear fish gulping air and started to see them roll around the boat. We struggled to get a perfect shot, where Tarpon were in range, rolling in the right…

A Complete Guide to Fly Fishing Idaho

The hype of fly fishing for trout in Montana will always remain set in stone. The Fly fishing is top-notch alongside the incredible scenery. Although the state of Idaho obtains more than a handful of memorable, world-renown streams and rivers too. Trout fishermen travel to Idaho from across the globe to experience a few of its beautiful fisheries. From cold…

Video: Fun with Craft Foam, Part 2

Video: Fun with Craft Foam, Part 2

Welcome to the latest installment of our series of videos called “One-Minute Fly-Tying Tips and Techniques” from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions. Each video will teach a single tying skill, from the most basic to the advanced. Ultimately, the series will serve as a sort of encyclopedia of tying skills that will be a valuable resource for anyone who sits down…

How Alvin Dedeaux Went From Punk Rock to Redefining Texas Fly-fishing

How Alvin Dedeaux Went From Punk Rock to Redefining Texas Fly-fishing

Photo: Courtesy of YETI For the last twenty years, Alvin Dedeaux has done as much as anyone to introduce Texans to fly-fishing, a style of angling that’s practically become a religion in the Rocky Mountains but is often an afterthought in the Lone Star State, despite excellent opportunities in the Hill Country. And though he would scoff at terms like…

Researchers probe threats to salmonfly

Researchers probe threats to salmonfly

Photo: B. Stark, CC BY-SA 3.0 Jackson Birrell waded through thigh-deep water on a bucolic late-spring day last week, but unlike other anglers venturing into the swollen churn of spring melt, Birrell wasn’t seeking trout: He was instead looking for one of their seasonal delicacies, the giant salmonfly. LINK (via Missoulian) Source link

How To Set Up a Dry Dropper Rig For Caddis

How To Set Up a Dry Dropper Rig For Caddis

It’s that time of the year! Check out this video for three different ways to set up your rig for caddis dry dropper. Breaking News: Historic Runoff Slams Montana’s Rivers Video of The Week: Searching for Salmonflies with Huge Fly Fisherman Previous articleBreaking News: Historic Runoff Slams Montana’s Rivers Andrew is the Ethics,…