Author Archives: Erin Block
Putting together a “go-bag” of essential items can save a day on the water, and even a longer destination trip. Read George C. Costa’s tips via Hatch Magazine. Many anglers enjoy the solitude fly fishing brings, but as David Grossman … more
In this short film the Adipose Productions crew heads south to discover the shallow water fishing opportunities in the winter months.
The Emerald Shanker is a great baitfish/minnow pattern for steelhead and smallmouth bass. This intruder and scandi inspired pattern can be tied in a few variations, which Kevin Hospodar demonstrates in this instructional video. The Haslinger Breviary, a devotional book that contains … more
The Fly Fishing Show has announced the addition of an Atlanta event for the 2017 season. The inaugural Atlanta Fly Fishing Show will take place Feb. 3-4, 2017 at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, Georgia. Read more in the press … more
This short film highlights the beauty and silence of spending a snow day on the water. Via TOPO Films.
The internet is a great tool for sharing information, and Domenick Swentosky gathers some of the best resources for learning more about tight line and euro nymphing techniques, via Troutbitten. In this article on Postfly Box Stephanie Winter of Big Hole Lodge in … more
This short film from Travis Rummel and Ben Knight of Felt Soul Media captures an angler’s obsession with tarpon and the dedication it takes to become an expert. The film will be features in the 2017 Fly Fishing Film Tour.
The 17th Islamorada SailFly competition was recently held in Florida. Thirteen teams participated in the fly-fishing only event, with Captain Randy Towe leading Bernard Paul-Hus to their second win in five years. Read more in the press release below.
Tippets: California Salmon and Storms, Comment on Columbia and Snake River Dams, Medication Pollution, Climate Change Moves Fish North
While the recent storms in California have been good for the snowpack and reservoirs of the drought-stricken state, native salmon are struggling to survive. “We have eggs that were just recently laid in Lagunitas Creek and other tributaries which have … more