George Daniel - June 18, 2018
Fly fishers need to exhibit 'situational awareness' and fish nymphs designed to trigger a strike when trout are keyed on a particular food item.
Dana Sturn - December 07, 2017
There's no finer moment â€¨in autumn fly fishing than the near-surface take of a wild steelhead.
Ross Purnell, Editor - October 31, 2017
"What kind of fly do you use to catch something like that!?" Big Flies, big fish!
Blane Chocklett - September 18, 2017
The access points are already busy at 7 a.m. as guides and their clients prepare to fish in time
Matt Straw - September 05, 2017
From my perspective, any list of the "Best 13" pike flies on earth has to include something from each category described.
Ross Purnell, Editor - January 19, 2016
In the current Feb-Mar 2016 issue of Fly Fisherman magazine, contributing editor George Daniel
Kelly Galloup - January 04, 2016
Two caddis patterns for every situation, Butch and Goober.
Eric Pettine - January 03, 2016
A Super Soft-hackle Stone Fly breathe in the water, advertising 'big food' to foraging trout.
Charlie Craven - January 03, 2016
Popularized by Jack Dennis and his Western Trout Fly Tying Manual, the Humpy is the Western attractor dry but has a reputation for being difficult to tie.
Ross Purnell, Editor - January 01, 2016
The three best one-day floats on the upper Columbia are from Brilliant to Genelle, Genelle to Gyro
Rick Kustich - July 24, 2015
Tying flies on tubes is easy and deadly!
Chuck Stranahan - February 01, 2015
This five-minute tie imitates one of the most common baitfish in trout streams across the country. Sculpin Fly Pattern
Paul Weamer - May 03, 2012
When you spend years working in a fly shop, you become callous to the many items that surround you. But I eventually figured out that bucktail bodies would be a great option.
John Larison - March 18, 2012
This buck smacked a big pink Intruder (thanks Mr. Ward): Big fish tend to make a big splash. Especially during a hard surface hit.
John Larison - February 21, 2012
This fish took as the Mint HenÂ hit the surface--then completely cleared the water six times before
John Larison - February 17, 2012
Sometimes a matter of inches can make all the difference. Â In winter steelheading, sinking a fly
John Larison - December 12, 2011
Like many steelheaders (and more than few steelhead), I find the look of a cone head leech pretty
Ross Purnell, Editor - November 23, 2011
Fly fishers have branched out from those roots, using fly tackle to deliver hair, foam, and feather creations that aren't really 'flies' at all. Bigger flies...
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