The Art Of Fly Fishing: The Complete Guide To Get Started

art of fly fishing

Most experienced fly fishermen would agree that there are many different reasons for learning to fly fish and, when asked, each angler is likely to provide a different answer to the question. Thus, it is actually rather difficult to distill the reason why an angler should consider becoming a fly fisherman down to a single, … Read more

The Wonderful World of French Spinners

Of all the available lures there are to help you catch fish, few stand out more than French Spinners. I can’t state this as a 100% fact, but I firmly believe you would have a hard time finding anyone who has ever fished that hasn’t used one of these at some point. I think it … Read more

How To Fish Chironomids Fly Patterns

Chironomids Fly Patterns

Chironomids, much like blue-winged olives or pale morning duns aren’t a fly pattern, exactly.  Rather, they refer to a whole class of flies tied to resemble a specific type of insect. Chironomids are usually tiny, unappealing flies and you may be tempted to pass over them in favor of something a little flashier. I know they don’t … Read more

How To Read A Trout Stream in Riffles, Runs, Pools And Glides

Anyone who has walked along the banks of a trout stream has undoubtedly noticed that sections of the stream differ greatly from each other in that some are swift and agitated while others are slow and calm. Consequently, fly fishermen have given names to these different sections consisting of Riffles, Runs, Pools, and Glides and, under normal … Read more