This story comes to us from Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten. The story details a style of tight-line sighter indicators Dom calls "Backing Barrel Sighters." Dom also says these might be the best sighters ever, for tight-line nymphing. Read the story here.
This video from Pacific Angler TV is a good look at different leader setups you can use while chasing coho salmon.
The merits of various line tapers, rod tapers, and knots will always be sources of endless debate among fly anglers. Kent Klewein decided to weigh in recently, with his list of 5 reasons that he uses the Uni knot for trout fishing. You can read the post in full here.
Louis Cahill recently wrote a piece that resonated pretty well with me. Cracked or broken fly line can end a day on the water, and it's happened to me more often than I'd like to admit. If you've ever been in that position before, you'll want to read through Cahill's piece.
As Phil Monahan writes, “The debate over the relative values and strengths of the blood knot and the triple surgeon’s knot has raged for decades.” Learn why Joe Rotter from Red’s Fly Shop uses both in these instructional videos.
In this video, Joe Rotter from Red’s Fly Shop, makes the case for the un-improved clinch knot.
In this how-to video from Salt Strong, learn to tie the Uni Knot. “The Uni Knot is so useful because it can be tied directly to a hook or used for a line to line knot (the double uni knot)."
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.
In this video, learn to tie the perfection loop knot. Via Huge Fly Fisherman.
Tim Flagler demonstrates how to tie aUni-Knotin this week's featured video. "The Uni Knot may be the most versatile fishing knot there is," says Flagler. In the video he shows not only how to use the knot to tie tippet to hook, but also how to use it to create a loop for attaching dropper fly rigs and for connecting two pieces of leader material.