Author Archives: Erin Block
As part of the “I Love” video series from The Salt Lake City Tribune, this short film features fly fishing guide Colby Crossland and his love for the Green River. “I have the best office of anybody I know,” he …
Mending your line give you a better drift, but mastering the skill to do so can be difficult. Tom Rosenbauer offers tips for achieving good drifts in a recent video and article via Orvis. While the fight to save Bristol … more
There is still room for individual commercial fly tiers, says Charlie Craven, but you have to find a niche. Read more about what you need to know if you want to sell flies commercially in a recent interview with Craven … more
This short film from Dave Smith profiles bush pilot Dale Douglas and his backcountry work in British Columbia.
Especially in clear water conditions, extra feet of leader/tippet is worth more than extra feet of casting distance, writes Kirk Deeter. He gives some tips on mastering building and turning over longer leaders in a recent piece on Field and … more
A bill moving through New Mexico legislature would restrict access to rivers and streams that cross over private property. Voice your support for public access by contacting New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez and tell her to veto SB 226.
Anglers are in constant chase of the horizon, and what’s around the next bend. Forever West Media offers beautiful footage of that chase in this teaser footage from their first short film.
If you’re a guide, or working to become one, don’t miss Cameron Rhodes’s advice on how to do the job better. Perhaps most importantly: “Never lose sight of why you became a guide. Few get the opportunity to be guides and … more
This short trailer features footage from the upcoming film from Max Rhulen on fly fishing Colorado throughout the year.
In a recent video, musky master David Goodrich explains everything you need to know about hook mechanics and choice, and also demonstrates how to tie his go-to pattern, the X-Tail HTV. Don’t miss this episode of “Fly Hacks.” Two years … more