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Video Hatch: “Movements”

This short film tells the story of three Alaska fishing guides who road trip their way home from AK to NYC.

Three Reasons to Change Flies

The decision to change flies shouldn’t be solely dependent on whether or not they’re successful, but also how your flies are holding up. In other words, “Fishing a fly with issues is just fishing the wrong fly.” Louis Cahill writes about how to notice “3 Reasons It’s Time To Change Flies" in this article via Gink & Gasoline.

BTT Works to Conserve Bonefish Nurseries

The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust is teaming up with researchers at Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute to identify where juvenile bonefish settle in the Florida Keys. “Identifying and protecting essential fish habitat is the first and most important step towards recovering the bonefish population in the Florida Keys.”

Video Hatch: “Chrome Buffet”

In this new film from the Buffet Series, the Capture Crew heads to the Olympic Peninsula to fly fish for steelhead.

 Cast One for Hope

Casting for Recovery’s 7th annual national fundraiser, Cast One for Hope, will be held September 27-28, 2019 in Hamilton, Montana. “This year’s event includes a Kick-Off Party, an all-day guided float on the Bitterroot River and caps off with a Celebration Dinner showcasing live and silent auctions with fishing awards given.”

Video Hatch: “Sir David Attenborough Talks Salmon for IYS”

In this video from Salmon & Trout Conservation, Sir David Attenborough shares his views on the need to protect all populations of wild salmon. The video marks the celebration of the International Year of the Salmon.

Video Hatch: “Shakey’s Bonefish”

In this video from Vince Tobia, view some great aerial footage of fly fishing Crooked Island in The Bahamas.

Rep Your Water Sun Shirts: Lighter, Re-Designed & More Affordable

Just in time for warm weather fishing conditions, Rep Your Water has release a re-designed line of sun shirts.

Tying with Wire

Wire is a common element of a nymph pattern. “Whether in the form of ribbing or full body segments, this material adds the important elements of segmentation, durability and weight,” writes Bob Reece. “Yet, because of its fairly rigid nature, it can be a difficult material to work with.” Learn tips and tricks for tying with wire in this article via...

Podcast Episode: How to Start Fly Fishing via Saltwater Experience

Learn the fundamentals of fly fishing, in fresh or saltwater, in this podcast episode of the Saltwater Experience.