Staying the Course with the Dry Fly Through the New Normal of Low Expectations.
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!
What do you do when you flub your cast? Fix it with a mend, strip in and re-cast, or do nothing?
How long should the distance be between the end of the sinking tip or sinking leader and the fly?
Spotted sedge (Hydropsyche), with at least 25 sub-species in the West, as well as Midwestern and Eastern counterparts (all very similar), could be considered one of the most important, if not the most important, insect to practitioners of trout spey and swinging wetflies.
If you have a ‘player’ fish what are your first steps to your approach to get it to come back?
Of all the famed water available in Yellowstone, the Firehole is just about as pleasant as fly fishing gets.
https://www.spreaker.com/user/11272357/episode-046 This week I got the chance to talk to Matthew DeLorme. We talk fishing with family, learning languages, photographing for Trek, woodcuts and printmaking, entomology, cutthroat, and peanut butter offerings to our overlords. … Become a member of Swing the Fly To read this article and receive other special member-only benefits, including the Anthology […]
He’s graceful for a farm boy fat on PBR. I’ve already made a pass. Tyler is just getting to the good shit. The cold weather has lost its lock on the river valley for the first time in seven days, and a small shaft of teasing sunlight is warming my right side. I have about 20 minutes to bask in it before it fades into a cold tree shadow and I freeze my nuts off.