Tippets: Fishing Without a Bobber, Choosing a Kayak, Joe Brooks on Casting

November 12, 2015 By: Erin Block

  • Kirk Deeter swore off fishing indicators for a year and writes about what he learned in a recent piece on Fly Talk. “I will strongly suggest that if you want to get really good at this sport,” he writes, “you need to take off the training wheels and really go for a ride.” Via Field & Stream.
  • Covering everything from seat style to watercraft transport, Damon Bungard of Jackson Kayak writes a two-part series on how to choose the right kayak for your fly fishing needs. Read part one here, and two here.
  • In this short piece of footage from the American Sportsman show in 1963, the legendary Joe Brooks demonstrates the double haul cast. Via Joe Brooks Documentary.