Recently, I wrote a piece for Fly Punk Magazine in which I discussed what it was that I love about fly fishing. A lot of the piece revolved around the idea that the individual acts of fishing, tying flies, and writing about both combine to create my strong connection with fly fishing as a whole. … More The Why of Tie
A brief video of some snowy steelheading from the other night.
I had been mostly unaware of the concept of fly fishing at night until I read the book Strip-Set by George Daniel (read our review here) that had a really great section about fishing streamers at night. Ever since it had become something I really wanted to try but never got the opportunity because of … More Sunday Night’s Alright for Biting
[Wow, two Rolling Stones title references] Every Fall since I started fly fishing, my brother Mickey and I plan a weekend trip to Pennsylvania to fish the Fall run steelhead on Elk Creek. 3 years ago, we had a miraculous trip. We caught so many fish that I think we lost count over a 3 … More But if ya try sometimes… you get what you need
For the last few years, my mother in law, Deb, has been slowly reclaiming her substantial property. Even before she had started this process, she already had a large swath of green flat lawn in her back yard. But this lawn backed up to a line of woods which stretched back a long ways. The … More Gimme Shelter
We haven’t really shared individual articles on here too often in the past. At most, we’ve provided links to blogs that we like and follow or informational links to proper catch and release tactics. However, this post from Hatch Magazine really struck me and I wanted to share it. Todd Tanner does a great job … More Great article from Hatch Magazine
I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have some prejudice against the stream we were going to fish. Not that I had ever been there before, but I just couldn’t muster the faith that it was worth the trip were it not for photographic evidence of nice large steelhead that Nate caught a few … More Crazy Diamond