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.
Not only are their numerous lakes and reservoirs worth exploring throughout the west, the fish can get very large and in many cases, they fight like crazy.
We love fall streamer fishing. When throwing your favorite streamer patterns this fall, here are a few tips to help make your time more productive.
Every angler should experience the feel a strike while swinging soft hackles. Any river with big runs or pocket water is a great candidate for this approach.
Near the end of summer, fly fishing high alpine creeks is at its best. These waters come with unique challenges. Here are a few tips to avoid common mistakes.