Daily Archives: June 18, 2022

Sunday Toona: Billie Jean – Moldy Chum

Sunday Toona: Billie Jean – Moldy Chum

In May of 2006, a like-minded posse formed. Reel Pure, a grassroots lifestyle fly fishing brand, and Moldy Chum, an industry intoxicated media channel, got into bed. And an irreverently serious voice was born. We appreciate every last follower and hope you enjoy the ride, If you’d like to chew the fat, shoot us a note at contact@moldychum.com. Source…

Five reasons to throw flies in the dark

Five reasons to throw flies in the dark

Fly fishing in the ocean is a daunting task for some freshwater anglers. The transition can be humbling. Low catch rates, obvious refusals to perfect presentations, and failing gear all compound what should be a celebratory experience into a fiasco of effort. So why not tilt the odds in your favor? LINK (via Vail Daily) Source link

Colorado Fishery Wiped Out After Mudslide

Colorado Fishery Wiped Out After Mudslide

The entire Poudre River fishery downstream from Black Hollow Creek was lost due to a mudslide. A fish hatchery was also severely impacted. The mudslide happened after the Cameron Peak Wildfire torched the area, removing the brush that normally retains sediment during rainstorms. The Poudre River from Black Hollow Creek to Stove Prairie Station is devoid of trout. You can…

Equator Shrimp Pattern: Fly Tying Video

Equator Shrimp Pattern: Fly Tying Video

Years ago on my first venture to Christmas Island (The Villages) I was talking with CEO/Designer Morten Bungaard from Pro Sportfisher via Skype a couple of months prior to heading out. Morten said something about the shrimp shells and why no American uses the shrimp and how deadly they are on all fish. I asked about the two best colors…