Chard’s Snapping Shrimp

3 comments / Posted on / by

IT'S TIME TO GO TO THE BAHAMAS AND CATCH BONEFISH! Seriously, I'm going to the Bahamas tomorrow morning for the first week of the G&G Andros South bonefish trip. I can't wait. And in the box of flies I'm taking along there is a healthy handful...



RS2 – One of My Favorite Picky Trout Fly Patterns

9 comments / Posted on / by

There's days when trout fishing is so slow, it seems like conditions couldn't possibly get any worse. You may find yourself questioning if any trout in the stream are willing to feed at all. At other times, you'll have no problem locating pods of steady risers,...



The UV Chocolate

9 comments / Posted on / by

HAVING AN EFFECTIVE SELECTION OF MIDGE PATTERNS CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GREAT DAY OF TROUT FISHING AND A DAY OF SELF LOATHING. Often days when the midge bite is at its best nothing much else seems to be happening hatch wise. That's an important...



Protect the Head of Your Nymphs with Thin Skin

10 comments / Posted on / by

The more durable a fly, the more fish you can catch on it and the longer the life of the fly will be. Making a point to tie and purchase your flies with durability in mind will save you time at the tying bench...



Tenkara and the Sasaki Kebari

2 comments / Posted on / by

By Mark Roberts I’d like to share just a little my insight about the Sasaki Kebari as I have learned to use it in Tenkara. I have been a Single Hand Spey, and Switch fly fisherman for many years and added Tenkara about five years ago for...