Vince Wilcox - August 28, 2018
Jim McLennan - August 09, 2018
Blane Chocklett - July 31, 2018
Charlie Craven - July 25, 2018
The Clown Shoe Caddis is tailor-made to suspend heavy dropper nymphs, even in turbulent water.
Charlie Craven - February 22, 2018
Here's the step-by-step process on how to tie the Predator Scandi fly.
Charlie Craven - July 26, 2017
Tweaking the Adams Fly: one of the most compelling things about tying flies is that no matter how long you've done it or how many flies you've tied, there are always little tricks you learn as you go.
Ross Purnell, Editor - January 16, 2016
Trout eat a host of aquatic insects, terrestrial insects, other fish, crustaceans, leeches, worms, and other foods.
Fly Fisherman - January 12, 2016
Smallmouth and largemouth bass might be America's most popular gamefish'and for good reason.
Finding fish is the first step to a successful outing.
Much of the effectiveness of large, foam terrestrials lies in their visibility on the water.
Ants are everywhere, they're around all summer and fall, and if you haven't heard the news, trout love them. Here's some great tips for fishing an ant fall.
Blane Chocklett offers insight on how he made the Game Changer fly design what it is today.
Lefty Kreh & Ed Jaworowski - March 20, 2018
Based on Chapter 9 of The Complete Cast, Ed Jaworowski and Bernard 'Lefty' Kreh give some insight on making the perfect fly cast.
Joe Mahler - December 05, 2017
Casting in wind is tough, and getting frustrated doesn't help. Take a deep breath, and think it through. Here's some expert advice for fishing windy days.
Jonathan Wright - June 28, 2016
Swinging wet flies downstream to imitate emerging insects is something you'll want to be rigging for when circumstances dictate.
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