Lunch fishing can be fun. I never thought I could enjoy fly fishing in 45 minute segments, but I did.
I walked across the street to my little home pond today with my cheap, 3 wt fly rod. I hadn’t used it in probably 2 years (I wouldn’t dare of used it on the Provo [...]
As part of a birthday gift to me (holy crap, I’m 40 today), my pond let me catch quite a few fish this evening. I took the advice of Kevin, Mr Bass, and tied up a small, white WB with black hackle wire and olive maribou. I tied it on a size 12 hook.
Alistair over at The Urban Fly Fisher ran across a carcass while fishing and pondered the fate of the sheep over the rest of the fishing season. Don’t think I’ll see anything like this in my area.
I usually enjoy his photography of the European rivers, but I’ll pass on these photos.
Now this looks interesting.
I got an email today from a new social community for fly fisherman called Hook.TV. It’s literally like a MySpace for anglers. They host video content from established providers such as the Trout Bum Diaries and Deep Stream Productions along with user submitted videos. They also provide a free [...]
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