One-hand Spey combines the elegant rhythm of Spey fishing with the versatility of a light rod that can be enjoyably controlled and fished with a single hand.
Mr. Linespeed is back with some really valuable help on creating and using tension in your spey casts.
I believe people who chose to fish for steelhead with a swung fly choose more than just the species itself. It is about the connection with the river, with the community of stewards and friends, the moments of laughter and pause, the difficult chase at hand, the long days of slow fishing, and the new zest that the river life brings to you.
Controlling fly speed and depth through casting angle and line manipulation typically provides the presentation enhancements that result in success.
You’ll notice that Swing the Fly only works with companies that walk the walk when it comes to conservation of our fish. Costa epitomizes that, and we’re grateful for their support.
Our buddy Tim Rawlins is back with another exclusive vid; this time with some helpful tips on how and why to incorporate more body into your spey casting.
Korkers has designed a limited edition pair of Devil’s Canyon fishing boots with Trout Unlimited to raise awareness and support the permanent protections for Bristol Bay.
How can you better your odds, when the odds are against you? I always think creatively and have a positive attitude, and that seems to help with most anything. However, these helpful tips below from guides might find you thinking outside of the box.
Fishing vests haven’t really changed since Lee Wulff cobbled the first one together in 1931. And, for more than 90 years they’ve been… fine. So, when we set out to rethink fly fishing’s most fundamental piece of gear, we didn’t want a simple update. We wanted a once-in-a-century transformation.
Mr. Linespeed is back with another exclusive vid for Swing the Fly and some tips on improving your sweep stemming for guru Robert Gillespie’s climbing curve and incline plane instruction.
Southern Patagonia is known for its windy days.
Swinging a fly is a simple technique – when it’s done right. But, in truth, there’s also a lot that can go wrong and harm your chances of finding success.