Above: Contributors to the book. We’ll let you get your copy to see the what’s inside! The book is currently being shipped! They are heading out in batches this week but the transit time should be pretty quick for U.S. customers. International customers should be getting copies within a few weeks as well. All subscribers […]
The idea behind these Guide Gossip articles is to help you along your journey and allow you to understand your style and why you do what you do. Some anglers just fish a certain way because it feels good, or you have seen it before, maybe a guide told you to do so. This may help you expedite understanding of what fishing a “soft rod” means and or why you might choose to fish this way.
Bruce Kruk shares his spey casting secrets of the snakeroll.
Kaptain Kanudia is backwith the next installment of his Spey Casting Secrets!
Bruce Kruk has some of the most technically pure spey casting you’ll ever see, which is why I asked him to film this video series.
Particularly, on the single spey, Bruce’s methodology allows for remarkably consistent casting. Pay close attention to this one: the lift!
We’ll launch the first instructional episode of the Bruce Kruk series next week, Aug. 11.
From our friends at Confluence Outfitters: Join Gino Bernero and the rest of the Confluence Outfitters guide staff on the Lower Klamath River for a multi-day spey fishing camp. Gino’s camp is situated right on Starwein Riffle, one of the best swing runs on the Lower Klamath. Our guests target chrome bright steelhead just entering […]
Bruce Kruk shares his secrets to Spey Casting success in this coming Swing the Fly video series produced by Tightline Films.
I’ve know Dave Reid for about 15 years, since way back in our days in West Michigan. Dave’s now in Idaho, and I’m in Montana, but a few years ago we shared a day on the Clearwater, where he showed me a bamboo single hander he’d made. The taper was his proprietary design, and man […]
If we have an anchor that is pointing towards our target and provides the proper amount of water tension (e.g. our leader or sink tip laying flat on the water), it guarantees we have our hands in an acceptable position to make a forward cast …
Recently shifting a lot of my tying focus to Trout Spey, I realized that I still had an abundance of fur in the 2.5-3-inch range; perfect for the trout flies I desired. And the Scandi-style was the perfect recipe for a decent-sized, lightly weighted fly that would still cast easily on any light trout rod and line. Bingo.