Archive for July 2011
This is an epic knot especially for nymphing and high sticking dry flies. The loop lets flies kick around naturally in the current. Up your fishing pimp game 2000% Fly Lyfe
Help me build!!!!!!
I’m starting with the below as a baseline. My goal is to build an unlimited playlist for those 3, 7, 12, 15 , 24hr and beyond drives we make in the name of piscatorial greatness. Below is a baseline, please comment and help build something great!
In Trout Unimited’s 100 best trout streams, the Davidson is a river I have wanted to fish for a long time. I got a taste of the Davidson a few weeks ago, but once you fish the hatchery section once just isn’t enough. If Walt Disney designed a trout stream, this is it. The hatchery
The West Branch of the Delaware river is hands down the BEST river I have ever fished on the East Coast. Fishing its large waters brought me back to my days at the University of Montana in Missoula. Just like Meghan Fox, the Delaware is everything you could ask for with numerous large browns and
The last person to fly fish and tie flies in my family was my great grandma. In my immediate family I’m the only “out doorsy” one. Recently I have got my little brother hooked on fly fishing which makes me remember the importance of fostering that interest in the younger generation of flyfisherman. I was
The lease on my college apartment expired recently requiring me to clear out my room in Harrisonburg, Va. This was the perfect excuse to fish nearby mossy creek, one of the loves of my life. I recently saw a show where a woman married the eiffel tower, another woman married a bridge, and a third