Young fishermen bring the apps, older ones the wisdom.
There’s a delicacy to fly fishing. The act of tying a microgram of feather and fur around a hook you can barely see to perfectly match a fragile mayfly requires a deft and gentle hand.
Many anglers often forget that their attire while out on the water matters as much as the equipment they bring.
With increasing temperatures and longer days, it makes sense to wear something comfortable for extended fishing trips.
Midwest fishermen typically take a summer break from trout fishing during the warm dog days of July and August.
The colorful old timers are long gone, but the big trout remain.
Many anglers around the globe consider catching salmon the pinnacle of fly fishing.
Books about fly fishing are a way to fly fish without being on the water.
Fly fishing has gained many more followers during the pandemic. The fact that the sport is en vogue has not gone unnoticed by fashion brands such as Woolrich.
Fishing has been a century old tradition widespread across many countries including America, China and mainly, Japan.
Lochs, lochs and more lochs. There are over 800 lochs on South Uist and Benbencula, two windswept islands off the coast of Scotland.