Fly fishing line is completely different from other types of fishing line. When fly fishing, the line weight carries the fishing fly — which is almost weightless — to the water. That’s why things like line weight and tapers are important.
What follows are some truly one-of-a-kind fly fishing videos.
A Brook Trout — also called a Speckled Trout or Squaretail — is actually a member of the salmon family which lives around underwater snags or logs in clear, cool streams in the eastern U.S. and Canada. Although they are a short-lived species, they can grow up to 30 inches long, dining on insects, fish […]
Think of the lure in your fly fishing tackle as the way you’re communicating with a fish. You’re hoping to trick the fish into accepting your offer of a tasty morsel. Whether or not the degree to which a saltwater fly physically resembles the preferred prey of the targeted game fish actually increases your chances out on the water has been […]
While the bait vs fly debate continues… People who don’t fish can’t possibly grasp the depth of the divide separating the two species of trout anglers. One tries to entice trout with worms, florescent Power Bait or sparkly lures. The other casts bits of fur and thread tied into patterns that imitate insects — a.k.a. “flies.” […]
Fishing pictures often tend to be out of focus, poorly framed, or just boring. Good news: your digital camera — no matter how basic it may be — will allow you to take decent photos while on a fishing trip. Whether you’re heading down to the creek to fish for rock bass or out to […]
I’ll use wood drift boat plans from Butler Projects to build my first wooden drift boat, I’m going to build the Maxi-Mac