The anchor is formed during the sweep phase of the spey cast. There are two variables to our sweep that affect the amount of tension in the anchor – the 2 Ps …
PNW Spey Lines initial line offering is the PNW Scandi Pro Shooting Head, a “scandi-long” style head, which features a uniquely long rear taper which transitions into a “holding line” and then a loop connection to add your preferred running line.
In this installment of No Fish Harmed from Tight Line Films, Kirk sits down with Ryan Heitz, longtime manager of Michael & Young Fly Shop.
We learn about his motivations for angling, fly fishing industry trends, and see him fish some incredible water.
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James Reid was asked about the culture behind fly fishing in the beginning of this film. He didn’t have a distinct answer for the question at the time, but he didn’t need to: James Reid IS the culture behind fly fishing: Art. Beauty. Skill. History.
The life of legendary bamboo spey rod builder James Reid in Part III of No Fish Harmed.
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“WE are the voice for the river and the fish.”
In part II of this new video series, No Fish Harmed, from Swing the Fly and Tight Line Films, we visit with our friend Mia Sheppard to learn more about fly fishing culture and conservation and “nervous energy” and how it relates to catching steelhead on a spey rod.
In part 1 of this new video series, No Fish Harmed, from Swing the Fly and Tight Line Films, we visit with the one and only Captain Kanudia — Bruce Kruk — to learn more about the culture and allure of spey casting and fishing.
A film by Asher Koles and Chase White Rivers and fish need friends. Tom Derry has spent his lifetime being that friend. Conservation and wild fish are two things found deep in Tom’s heart. As Molalla River Steward and the Director of Wild Steelhead Fundraising with the Native Fish Society, Tom is the good-hearted connection between wild […]
From The Salmon School:COME JOIN THE SALMON SCHOOL ON SEPTEMBER 9 AND 10 AT MUSEUM OF GLASS, TACOMA. This newsletter is dedicated to The Salmon School and its return to the place of origin, Museum of Glass — we need your support. The Salmon School is a cross-disciplinary art project and performance that began in partnership with the Bellevue Arts […]
Wading boots are some of the most complicated and technical gear in the outdoor world. Submersion, hiking, bushwhacking, sun, salt, crawling, kneeling, climbing—the stresses that anglers place on their boots are tested every time they hit the trail and the water. Engineered to traverse the scrambles, climbs and approaches leading to where the wild things swim, Patagonia’s new Forra Wading Boots Built by Fitwell are superlight, remarkably comfortable and—thanks to punishing real-world testing— expedition tough.
Coming in a couple weeks for Swing the Fly members: Bruce expands on “Line Follows Rod Tip”
Mr. Linespeed is back with some tips and tricks for the spiral single spey.