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"It Looked Like He Knew What He Was Doing"

I HAVE A FRIEND who casts a fly for neither distance nor accuracy nor stealth. Aside from those limitations he’s a splendid fisherman. It’s not for lack of strength or dexterity or intellect that he fly-casts with less than average skill. Warren is a farm boy from Catawba, Wisconsin, and he has the farm-boy frame you’d expect: bone, muscle and...

Using Indicator Flies

Have a question you want answered? Email it to us at [email protected] Question: What is the best thing to do when a caddis hatch is coming off and a feeding frenzy is on, but the river is full of bubbles and the caddis are a size 18's or 20's and you can't see your fly very well, although you dry up about every fourth cast? The Birddog, via email...

Picking the Top Five Dry Flies

Have a question you want answered? Email it to us at [email protected] Question: Please tell us what five dry flies you are never without.  That means, if we looked in your fly boxes, what five dries would we be guaranteed to see?  — Jack W Answer: I carry a lot of flies I fish only occasionally, and a relative few I fish regularly. Makes me a pretty...

Imitation or Presentation?

Have a question you want answered? Email it to us at [email protected] Question: Which do you think is more important, imitation or presentation? I heard about this guy who uses only four or five attractor patterns for all his trout fishing, claiming that if the drift is good, the pattern doesn’t matter. What do you think? Will a well-presented Royal...

Royal Wulff Products Triangle Taper Ambush Line

Following up on the release from Royal Wulff Products about how it had won various magazine honors for its Ambush fly line, I asked if I could fish one myself on a bonefishing trip to the Bahamas. It's a great line. It has a really nice taper that's beefy up front, which means it loads noticeably easier and moves big weighted flies around with less effort...

Royal Wulff Ambush Fly Line Wins 2012 "Fly Rod & Reel" Award

The Royal Wulff Products Ambush Triangle Taper Fly Line has just won a 2012 Kudo Award from Fly Rod & Reel magazine. The coveted Kudo Award —now in its 26th year—is given to a select handful of “noteworthy products and services” in the fly fishing category after rigorous review by the experienced staff of Fly Rod & Reel magazine writers...

2012 Fly Lines

THE LINE AN ANGLER uses can dramatically influence the distance, accuracy, and fish catching ability of any rod. Think about it—a ratty old fly line on an expensive fly rod will yield a lesser cast than a good line on a cheap rod (in the right hands) any day. When you factor in things like the types of flies you fish, the depth at which you must present...

Royal Wulff's Bermuda Shorts Triangle Taper and Ambush Fly Lines

Bermuda Shorts Triangle Taper Perfect for redfish, snook in the mangroves, and blitzing albies, the new floating Bermuda Shorts Triangle Taper features ashort 22-24-foot head, marked by Royal Wulff's unique  two-tone color. The Bermuda Shorts is designed to let you blast with a single backcast. It claims to be the fastest-loading tropical fly Line...