Daily Archives: October 11, 2022

Fishing Tips: Roosterfishing tips

Fishing Tips: Roosterfishing tips

[ad_1] Whether you’re getting prepped for a trip to the Baja, or you’re just day dreaming about landing one of these amazing fish, check out this video from Red’s Fly Shop for Roosterfish 101. The post Fishing Tips: Roosterfishing tips first appeared on Flylords Mag. The post Fishing Tips: Roosterfishing tips appeared first on Flylords Mag. [ad_2] Source link

Video: Use Angles for Accuracy

Video: Use Angles for Accuracy

[ad_1] Here’s the latest installment of our series of videos called “One-Minute Fly-Tying Tips and Techniques” from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions. Each video teaches 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…

Meet the Winners of Our 2022 “20 Days in September” Contest

Meet the Winners of Our 2022 “20 Days in September” Contest

[ad_1] Maedbh Bryan, who took second last year, came out on top in this year’s voting with a great shot of her husband casting. This year’s “20 Days in September” Photo Contest was another rousing success, featuring thousands of great photos from anglers around the U.S. Even those who couldn’t get the full 20 days in seemed to enjoy discovering new waters…

AMFF and SA Join Forces to Preserve Fly Fishing’s Most Iconic Films

AMFF and SA Join Forces to Preserve Fly Fishing’s Most Iconic Films

[ad_1] American Museum of Fly Fishing (AMFF) and Scientific Anglers have joined forces to help preserve and give free access to some of the most influential fly fishing films ever made. Titles like Fly Rodding for Tarpon with Billy Pate, Fly Fishing for Trophy Steelhead with Lani Waller, and Fishing the Dry Fly with Gary Borger have…

Stream to Salt VIII: What to Do When the Fish Aren’t Here . . . Yet.

Stream to Salt VIII: What to Do When the Fish Aren’t Here . . . Yet.

[ad_1] Sometimes all you can do is wait patiently and hope the fish show up. All photos by Evan Jones The Stream to Salt series is designed to help anglers of all abilities identify and overcome specific challenges arising from subconsciously applying “trout brain” to saltwater fly fishing. The goal is not simply to provide a list of new habits…

Video Pro Tips: How (and Why) to Make a Tuck Cast

Video Pro Tips: How (and Why) to Make a Tuck Cast

[ad_1] A few years ago, Pete Kutzer made a short and sweet video about how to make a tuck cast, which taught just the basic casting motion. In the video above, Brian Flechsig of Mad River Outfitters goes into waaaay more depth and detail, offering diagrams, leader formulae, and more. The tuck cast is designed to make your flies and…

Movie Release: Mending the Line

Movie Release: Mending the Line

[ad_1] A new fly fishing movie released in late September. Mending the Line premiered in Woodstock, New York, and is currently slated to screen again at the San Diego International Film Festival October 22, 2022. The film stars Golden Globe-winner Brian Cox and Emmy-winner Patricia Heaton, along with Academy Award-winner Wes Studi. Perry Mattfield and Sinqua Walls are also in…

Skwala Names Rich Hohne as CMO

Skwala Names Rich Hohne as CMO

[ad_1] Skwala Fishing, the new fly fishing brand that started this year, has named Rich Hohne as its Chief Marketing Officer. Hohne has worked for 26 years in the outdoor industry, with most of those years spent in fly fishing, per a press release from Skwala. Hohne previously spent 11 years in marketing at Simms Fishing Products. “When looking at…

Flat Creek holds ‘fat fish’

Flat Creek holds ‘fat fish’

[ad_1]   Wyoming Game and Fish fisheries biologists, technicians, and volunteers were electrofishing Lower Flat Creek just south of the fish hatchery on the National Elk Refuge, a stretch of river that gets hammered by fly fishermen from Aug. 1 to Oct. 31. The goal: Determining just how many native Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout were dwelling in the deep…

Rare Catch: Angler lands shortbill spearfish off Washington coast

Rare Catch: Angler lands shortbill spearfish off Washington coast

[ad_1] A Seattle angler, fishing out of Westport, Washington, on a tuna boat trolling 45 miles west of the Columbia River mouth, landed a shortbill spearfish. Spearfish, native to Hawaii and the Mediterranean, is believed to have never before been caught off the Washington or Oregon coasts. LINK (via Oregon Live) [ad_2] Source link