Ever have a day when you know trout are in a river but you can’t interest them? Watch as Dave Jensen cycles through a number of options to try to figure out what kind of presentation will . . .Read More
On this common species (Agnetina capitata), you can see the clear segmentation, gills, and the stonefly’s distinctive profile.
Photo by Bob Henricks, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license . . .
Many steelhead anglers consider swinging flies the ultimate way to catch these silver rockets, and more and more Great Lakes anglers are adopting the technique. Here are two great how-to . . .Read More
Did you know that two of the best pieces of trout-fishing equipment you can utilize are your feet? Just a simple change in position can make the difference between getting skunked and having a . . .Read More
Wet flies are probably the least-used style of flies today, even though they have proven their effectiveness over hundreds of years. Here’s a great video from The New Fly Fisher in which guide Rob Heal demonstrates some of . . .Read More
In this week’s Huge Fly Fisherman video we tackle (pun intended) an issue that will never go away no matter how good of an angler you think you are. We will learn how to untangle tangles, but more importantly we will learn . . .Read More
There are many knots for fly fishers to use, for a variety of purposes. But if you want to get started in the sport, you really only need two kinds of knots: one to connect the tippet to the fly and one to . . .Read More