In this fly tying tutorial from the Flymen Fishing Company, learn to tie the Nymph-Head Deer Hair Hot Spot Caddis. "Hot spots on nymphs are a great way to not only get the attention of the fish, but in certain fishing circumstances they can help you track the fly easier by sight.”
In this video from Orvis, Dave and Amelia Jensen demonstrate how to fish a spinner fall.
The new Fall 2019 lineup of new products from Umpqua have been announced, featuring the new ZS2 series of packs, X-Series Hooks, and much more.
In this recent podcast, Bryan Huskey talks about the great things that can happen with a small change of focus. “I've cut my teeth fishing trout and steelhead, but a breaking point occurred that turned my focus to the world of bass and other warm water angling opportunities. I could not be happier with what's happened since.” Listen to “Along Came...
In the height of warmwater season, this post by Dan Zazworsky outlines five great patterns to get you started. “No matter if you’re chasing smallies, bucket mouths, carp or good-old-fashioned panfish, these flies can get you hooked up wherever you’re fishing, and they’re super simple to whip up on your own.” Via The Wade.
This short film features a mother and daughter spending time on the water. Via Jono Blackham.
Dr. Slick has announced the release of two new product lines for 2020, “Clamps and scissors, tools found on every fly fly-fisher’s vest and tying bench, have been re-imagined.”
A new study provides evidence that increasing the abundance of a threatened or endangered species can deliver large benefits to the citizens of the Pacific Northwest. “The study, published today in the journal PLOS ONE, finds that a two-thirds increase in the average annual number of returning coho salmon to the Oregon coast would generate up to $51...
The Expo Fly Fishing Patagonia will take place in San Martín de los Andes, North Patagonia in Argentina, November 30-December 1, 2019. The event will feature “conferences, clinics, meetings, video shows, new products demo sessions and booths.”
In this video from GearJunkie, the folks at Denver Outfitters outline the top three knots every angler should know: the handshake knot, double surgeon’s knot, and clinch knot.