Most stillwater anglers have experienced a sudden tug as you raise the fly rod to re-cast at the end of a retrieve. Here’s why, and how to take advantage of it.
When fishing saltwater flies, the ability to crossover between species is a major plus. In some cases however, a little specificity is necessary. Check out these 4 patterns you should never leave behind.
In many situations, the medium-fast action rod is an all around workhorse. But it’s worth understanding other fly rod actions for specific fly fishing purposes.
The standard rigging tactics used at Pyramid Lake to land giant cutthroats can be applied to waters around the world. Here are a few major keys to success.
Late season fly fishing means cold temps, short days and a slow pace on the water. It’s a great time to power through the elements and chase down trophy trout.