Author Archives: timromano
The extent of my “handiness” lies in my ability to push the shutter button on my camera. Not exactly an impressive skill…. That’s why when I find tradesmen who can turn sheets of plastic and strips of wood into a …
My pal Kirk Deeter over on the fly talk blog describes how PAM cooking spray can be a, “cheap, simple fix” for iced up rod guides in the winter. He goes on to say, “I know other anglers who like … more
Andy Stepanian from Howler Brothers Clothing talks about the new Horizon Hybrid Pants. Features include quick-drying nylon ripstop, a zippered stash pocket on the back right lined with lens-cleaning microfiber, and a reinforced pliers pocket with drainage grommet. Two new … more
Daniel Galhardo of Tenkara USA explains why traditional Tenkara nets, which are made from the single branch of a tree, are different from your everyday fishing nets.
Monic Fly Lines was the first company to develop the clear fly line. Owner Bob Goodale was fishing in Belize many years ago and was having trouble casting in the wind with a very long leader, so he decided that he needed … more
Kara Armano explains why the Sonic-Pro Ultra Packable Wader from Redington is the lightest wader on the market. Adding to the Sonic-Pro collection, the 4-layer,offers anglers who backpack into remote fishing locations, kayak anglers or adventurous travelers a pair of … more
Most people think that once a rain jacket “wets out” or seems to loose its water-proofness that it’s either time to get a new jacket or to apply some type of DWR (durable water repellent) like Nikwax, ReviveX, or Sport-Wash. … more