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.
My love for catching carp on the fly began with a trip to the Trinity River one Sunday afternoon.
Over the last few years euro nymphing has become increasingly popular. That is because it can be incredibly successful to present flies where the fish feed.
Fly fishing is a type of angling where an artificial lightweight lure is used to catch fish. It is called fly fishing because the artificial lure imitates a real insect (fly).
Is there anything more frustrating and fascinating at the same time than trying to catch a lake trout at my home water? I doubt it…
It was the year 1981 when I had my first fly fishing experiences with trout and chub. Things changed when I discovered (black) bass on the fly in 1984. I fell in love immediately.
There are few things more important in fly fishing than strong knots. We show you how to tie five of the most important ones.
Coastal cutthroat trout are the chippy younger brothers of the anadromous fish aristocracy on the Northwest Coast.
A few years ago I visited my brother who was studying in England back then. On a night out with his friends I was talking about my passion for fly fishing.