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.
ed Jedi’s extensive collection of spey casting tips on YouTube; but you haven’t seen this one. Here Tim Rawlins joins Swing the Fly for some exclusive tips just for STF members:
Prior to the writings of G.E.M Skues emphasizing the importance of the nymph, most of the old English wetflies and Yorkshire spiders were dressed to simulate the adult phase of waterborn naturals, a phase that, at times, can be more important than the nymph, particularly with larger insects like green drake, October caddis, or the larger stonefly species producing seasonal emergences and a lot of adults accumulating through the hatch season.
The final installment of the series deals with the concept of the fulcrum. Thanks for watching!
Our guide felt that anglers are more successful if they stick to one type of water and fish it well instead of trying to fish all of the good-looking runs.
In the West, skwala stoneflies signal the beginning of the year’s parade of water-born insects and are a real opportunity for hatch-matching while there is still snow on the ground.
There are many commercially made shanks available, but customizing mine by cutting the shank to the right length proved to be a huge benefit when designing winter steelhead flies that are easy to cast and effective at getting into the zone quickly.