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  • Perk Perkins on Fly Lines

    The Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide Podcast
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:56 pm
    This week I have the pleasure of interviewing our CEO Perk Perkins, who as you know if you listen to the podcasts is a big leader and tippet geek.  He also has strong opinions on floating trout lines, and in the podcast he talks about why he loves textured lines and what taper he prefers and why.  Also in the fly box we discuss upstream and downstream mends, what happens during a crazy olive hatch, slack line under your rod tip, setting the hook too aggressively, fishing saltwater flies for trout, and lots of other good questions.
  • Simms 2015 with Rich Hohne - Ssn. 10, Ep. 4

    The Itinerant Angler Podcast
    Zach Matthews
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:07 pm
    Rich Hohne discusses what Simms has in store for 2015 in advance of ICAST/IFTD, as well as the state of the industry
  • Video Hatch: “2015 Heritage Award: Tom Brokaw Acceptance Speech”

    MidCurrent
    Erin Block
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:42 am
    The American Museum of Fly Fishing’s 2015 Heritage Award was given to Tom Brokaw. This video features Brokaw’s acceptance speech, which was rich in fishing anecdotes, at the recent Heritage Award dinner.
  • Video Hatch: “2015 Heritage Award: Tom Brokaw Acceptance Speech”

    MidCurrent
    Erin Block
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:42 am
    The American Museum of Fly Fishing’s 2015 Heritage Award was given to Tom Brokaw. This video features Brokaw’s acceptance speech, which was rich in fishing anecdotes, at the recent Heritage Award dinner.
  • From the Stands: Fishing trip quite a serene scene

    Fishing News
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:21 pm
    I got to cross an item off my bucket list last week as I spent three days fishing on a remote section of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories. I have always wanted to visit Canada's north and I love to fish so being able to angle in those pristine waters was a dream come true.
 
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    The Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide Podcast

  • Perk Perkins on Fly Lines

    30 Jun 2015 | 6:56 pm
    This week I have the pleasure of interviewing our CEO Perk Perkins, who as you know if you listen to the podcasts is a big leader and tippet geek.  He also has strong opinions on floating trout lines, and in the podcast he talks about why he loves textured lines and what taper he prefers and why.  Also in the fly box we discuss upstream and downstream mends, what happens during a crazy olive hatch, slack line under your rod tip, setting the hook too aggressively, fishing saltwater flies for trout, and lots of other good questions.
  • Smallmouth Bass Tips with Kip Vieth

    17 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    This week my guest is one of our top warmwater fly fishing experts.  You probably know of Kip Vieth as a muskie guide, as he is one of the most famous fly-rod muskie anglers.  But his first love is smallmouth bass, and it’s fascinating that his location is the most famous river in the United States, the Mississippi River.  He fishes the upper river where the water is clear and the location is unspoiled by the endless development we think of when we imagine the Mississippi.  As well as discovering his unique part of the world, you’ll also pick up many tips on catching smallmouth bass…
  • Finding and Catching Redfish with Captain Tuck Scott

    27 May 2015 | 2:19 am
    This week we’ll travel to the Low Country of South Carolina to interview Captain Tuck Scott, who is a master at finding redfish along the South Carolina coast.  In addition, historic Beaufort sounds like an amazing place for a family vacation, so this one might be a trip to plan where fishing is only part of the plan.  Tuck gives us plenty of intelligence on finding and catching redfish in the Low Country, and also some special redfish tips that will work anywhere.  In the Fly Box this week we talk about missed fish on downstream wet flies, fish chasing streamers but not connecting,…
  • Return of the Tenkara Master

    11 May 2015 | 7:26 am
    Last week we were fortunate to have Daniel Galhardo, owner of Tenkara USA visit our office and he had a few minutes to stop by for a podcast interview.  In this week’s discussion, he talks about what he has learned since his original podcast with us, especially about fly patterns and the rationale for using a single fly.  He also talks about—gasp—fishing a huge streamer from Shawn Combs’ drift boat with his Tenkara rod.  So much for being a purist. Even if you are not interested in Tenkara fishing you will probably find something of interest in this week’s podcast.  We tackle…
  • The Ten Most Endangered Rivers of 2015

    3 May 2015 | 11:33 am
    In this week’s podcast, we were fortunate to have Bob Irvin, president and CEO of American Rivers, in town for a visit.  Bob and I got to chat about their “10 Most Endangered Rivers” list for this year, and he goes into detail on the ones most important to fly anglers.  If you care about moving water, this is a must-listen.  Also, in the Fly Box this week, questions range from whether switch lines spook fish, whether to go back to the head of a pool after catching a big rainbow there, whether it is ethical to remove streamside brush in small streams, how to pick the right glass rod,…
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    MidCurrent

  • Video Hatch: “2015 Heritage Award: Tom Brokaw Acceptance Speech”

    Erin Block
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:42 am
    The American Museum of Fly Fishing’s 2015 Heritage Award was given to Tom Brokaw. This video features Brokaw’s acceptance speech, which was rich in fishing anecdotes, at the recent Heritage Award dinner.
  • Tippets: Prescription Nature, Being a Good Client, Yukon Delta Fishing Ban

    Erin Block
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:41 am
    Spending a day on the water might put you in a good mood for a reason. New research out of Stanford, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, finds nature may be an important part of our mental health and well-being. Read more via Stanford News. Before hiring a guide, don’t miss Phil Monahan’s tips for being a “good client” and learn the most you can from the experience. Via Orvis. To protect king salmon runs, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has banned non-local residents from fishing in the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. “The goal is to…
  • Video Hatch: “In Our Time”

    Erin Block
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:34 am
    This short film from Jensen Fly Fishing features impressive footage of fly fishing in New Zealand.
  • Tippets: Tenkara Mousing, C&R Techniques for Steelhead, B.C. Fishing Ban

    Erin Block
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:35 am
    “Fish with a tenkara rod long enough and you will start looking for ways to push the envelope,” writes Tom Sadler. Read more about his foray into mousing with a tenkara rod via Hatch Magazine. In a recent instructional video, John McMillan, science director for Trout Unlimited’s Wild Steelhead Initiative, demonstrates science-based techniques for fighting, landing, and releasing steelhead safely. Via Trout Unlimited. Due to Level 4 drought conditions in B.C., fishing has been banned in some streams on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. “As we experience warmer and drier…
  • Tippets: Tying Preparation, Fishing Closures Urged in B.C.

    Erin Block
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:06 am
    Preparing materials and taking the time to pre-bead and de-barb hooks can significantly cut down your time at the tying bench. Check out Kent Klewein’s advice for tying twice the flies in half the time, via Gink & Gasoline. Conservationists are pushing for fishing closures on rivers in British Columbia, as a prolonged heat wave combined with low water flows continues, creating conditions that increase stress on fish. Via CBC News.
 
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    MidCurrent

  • Video Hatch: “2015 Heritage Award: Tom Brokaw Acceptance Speech”

    Erin Block
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:42 am
    The American Museum of Fly Fishing’s 2015 Heritage Award was given to Tom Brokaw. This video features Brokaw’s acceptance speech, which was rich in fishing anecdotes, at the recent Heritage Award dinner.
  • Tippets: Prescription Nature, Being a Good Client, Yukon Delta Fishing Ban

    Erin Block
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:41 am
    Spending a day on the water might put you in a good mood for a reason. New research out of Stanford, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, finds nature may be an important part of our mental health and well-being. Read more via Stanford News. Before hiring a guide, don’t miss Phil Monahan’s tips for being a “good client” and learn the most you can from the experience. Via Orvis. To protect king salmon runs, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has banned non-local residents from fishing in the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. “The goal is to…
  • Video Hatch: “In Our Time”

    Erin Block
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:34 am
    This short film from Jensen Fly Fishing features impressive footage of fly fishing in New Zealand.
  • Tippets: Tenkara Mousing, C&R Techniques for Steelhead, B.C. Fishing Ban

    Erin Block
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:35 am
    “Fish with a tenkara rod long enough and you will start looking for ways to push the envelope,” writes Tom Sadler. Read more about his foray into mousing with a tenkara rod via Hatch Magazine. In a recent instructional video, John McMillan, science director for Trout Unlimited’s Wild Steelhead Initiative, demonstrates science-based techniques for fighting, landing, and releasing steelhead safely. Via Trout Unlimited. Due to Level 4 drought conditions in B.C., fishing has been banned in some streams on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. “As we experience warmer and drier…
  • Tippets: Tying Preparation, Fishing Closures Urged in B.C.

    Erin Block
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:06 am
    Preparing materials and taking the time to pre-bead and de-barb hooks can significantly cut down your time at the tying bench. Check out Kent Klewein’s advice for tying twice the flies in half the time, via Gink & Gasoline. Conservationists are pushing for fishing closures on rivers in British Columbia, as a prolonged heat wave combined with low water flows continues, creating conditions that increase stress on fish. Via CBC News.
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    Fishing News

  • From the Stands: Fishing trip quite a serene scene

    7 Jul 2015 | 4:21 pm
    I got to cross an item off my bucket list last week as I spent three days fishing on a remote section of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories. I have always wanted to visit Canada's north and I love to fish so being able to angle in those pristine waters was a dream come true.
  • Pearl River Town Talk: local kids fishing tournament a big hit

    7 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
    On June 28, 2015 the Liars and Lunkers held its 15th Annual Lock One Kids Fishing Tournament at Lock One in Pearl River. In all, 71 boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 12 participated in this year's event.
  • Local Man Sold Stolen Fishing Gear on Craigslist

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:10 am
    Bay County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a man believed to be responsible for theft of thousands of dollars in fishing gear. Authorities say 36-year-old Adam Barnes of Panama City Beach was arrested after he allegedly sold stolen fishing gear on Craigslist out of the Gulfport, Mississippi area.
  • Southwest Louisiana anglers find tripletail outside Cameron jetties

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:51 pm
    Cassie Willis shows off an 11-pound tripletail she caught southeast of the Cameron jetties near a floating 5-gallon bucket. Tripletail love to take cover near floating debris and vegetation, making them a fun species to locate and target - and that's just what Capt.
  • Double-Take: Angler Practices Catch-and-Release and Lands the Same Trophy Bass Twice

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:41 pm
    Robert Burnett, 55, from Inglis, Florida is one of the most productive participants in TrophyCatch, with 26 Lunker Club and 1 Trophy Club entry. His story and videos highlight the success of catch-and-release.
 
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    Fort Lauderdale Fishing Blog

  • Fishing Picking Up in Fort Lauderdale- Hot Reef Action

    Captain Andy
    15 Jun 2015 | 4:41 pm
    Nice catch of dolphin and wahoo on our sportfishing charter The fishing is picking up this week in Fort Lauderdale.  The drift boats are catching lots of yellowtail and mangrove snappers.  Sportfishing boats are catching a mix of tunas, bonitos, kingfish, mahi-mahi and wahoo.  Some big fish are showing up around the wrecks too including big groupers and amberjacks.  Our fishing action is heating up as fast as the south Florida weather. Nice catch of snappers caught drift fishing on the Catch My Drift. First off, the drift boat trips are catching a lot of snappers.  Yellowtails and…
  • Off and On Fishing this week in Fort Lauderdale

    Captain Andy
    25 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    Nice wahoo just boated fishing offshore Ft Lauderdale A line from one of my favorite books, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” pretty much sums up the fishing this week in Fort Lauderdale.  We had some awesome trips where we hit wahoo, mahi-mahi or some big fish off the wrecks and we had some trips where we couldn’t get a bite no matter what we tried.  The good news is that the fish are out there, they just aren’t making it easy on us.  Dolphin are showing up offshore, in approx 500-600ft of water.  That’s only a couple miles off our coast,…
  • Great Fishing This Week in Ft Lauderdale- Some really good catches

    Captain Andy
    12 May 2015 | 9:12 am
    Nice catch of dolphins, tunas and wahoo on our sportfishing charter We’re having an excellent week of fishing on our sportfishing and drift fishing trips.  There are a lot of species out there biting and some big fish to be caught.  Of course, every day is different so not every day is a banner day, but this is definitely one of our best times of year for fishing.  First off, dolphin are out there and biting good.  Trolling is a great way to go after dolphin as you can cover a lot of ground dragging lures around.  We can try different depths, different fishing areas and look around…
  • Grouper Season Open- Groupers biting in Ft Lauderdale

    Captain Andy
    6 May 2015 | 8:21 am
    Nice red grouper caught drift fishing in Ft Lauderdale The grouper season started up this week on May 1 and there are some good catches of groupers already hitting the dock in Fort Lauderdale.  Reds, blacks and gag groupers are biting on the reefs and wrecks, just a mile off our coast.  We’re catching them mostly on our drift fishing trips and night anchor fishing trips, both trips which concentrate on bottom fishing.  Squid chunks work well, as do sardines and ballyhoo.  May and June are traditionally 2 of the best months for grouper action.  And while grouper fishing,…
  • Fun Fishing Trip Today in Fort Lauderdale

    Captain Andy
    26 Apr 2015 | 7:22 am
    Nice catch today with Fishing Headquarters. We had a fun and exciting trip today, so I figure I’ll write a fishing report about it.  We had some serious fisherwomen on the boat today including Betty Reyher, Ashley Reyher, Laura Hogel, Elizabeth Forde, Jill Irvine and Shelly Lewis.  These gals can fish!  We started off trolling and caught a wahoo right off the bat.  We missed a couple nice dolphin too.  We decided to go out and do some deep dropping for golden tilefish, so we headed offshore with our trolling lines out.  We caught a couple dolphins on the way out there.  We put…
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  • Walter Sighting

    Kyle Shea
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Hello Walter. Photo: Rob Rymph. Hog Johnson, Big Jerry, Jethro.. No matter what you call him, every river has that one fish that haunts all those who fish it. It’s the biggest, baddest fish in the river that many have encountered, but few have held. Here on the Kanektok, we call that fish Walter, and each season our guides and guests alike spend countless hours in hopes of a tug of war with ol’ Walter. We generally consider any trout over the 30 inch mark to belong to Walter’s extended family and just over a week ago we were fortunate to see him first hand. Thanks to Alaska…
  • Sculpin Helmets

    Kyle Shea
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Less time tying, more time fishing.. Photo: Kyle Shea. Throughout our season, one of the most consistent ways to target our big Alaskan rainbow trout is with sculpin patterns. While tossing mice or drifting flesh and egg patterns certainly have their place during parts of our season, a good sclupin imitation is usually a safe bet no matter what time of year. Our trout love gorging on sculpins, and in no way are we complaining about that. However, a good sculpin imitation can be pretty time consuming to tie, and for a fly that is best fished near the bottom or around snaggy…
  • Top Posts on Chum Salmon

    Kyle Shea
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Big, bright, and caught on a spey rod.. What’s not to like? Photo: Tosh Brown. Our Alaska season is underway and right now and our rivers are starting to fill up with big, bright chum salmon. Chums are one of the most underrated game fish out there. We’re not exactly sure why.. Perhaps it’s the name. After all the word ‘chum’ is not overly endearing. Or perhaps it’s because in days past they were fed to dogs, hence why they’re also called ‘dog salmon.’ Or maybe it’s because they’re constantly over shadowed by other awesome…
  • Adios!

    Kyle Shea
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    No wonder their tails are always sticking out of the water.. Photo: Peter Viau. Our buddy Peter Viau does it again with another super cool perspective of a bonefish from Andros South.. More on Bonefish 9 Questions About Bonefishing You Were Afraid to Ask Why Bonefish Tail Where Bonefish Eat
  • DIY Pliers Lanyard

    Kyle Shea
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Cheap, easy, and better lanyard bungee.. Photo: Kyle Shea. Most premium fishing pliers these days are built to withstand a lifetime of abuse (such as these, or these). However, it seems like we’re always scrounging around for replacement lanyard bungees to keep our pliers from falling into the drink. So, today we present you with a super clever way to make your own lanyard bungees, courtesy of Alaska West guide, Jim Palmersheim. Not only are they cheap and easy to make, but they’re far more rugged than any other lanyard we’ve used. Just follow the steps below to make…
 
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    Global FlyFisher Weblog

  • Image theft

    9 Jun 2015 | 11:00 pm
    We pride ourselves on many and good images. A lot of other people also like our images... some a little too much, actually!
  • Danish Fly Festival 2015

    22 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    The biennial fly show The Danish Fly Festival takes place this year in the weekend April 11th and 12th. I will be there. How about you?
  • I F***ing Love Fish Science!

    28 Aug 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Scientific reports about fish and environment might not seem to be the most exciting to us anglers, but the work done by scientists is extremely important in keeping and eye on and improving our fishing waters.
  • Summer casting party

    18 Jun 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Sunshine, lots of fly rods, a large grass lawn, good company and sausages on the barbecue. What´s not to like?
  • Kiss the Water

    29 May 2014 | 11:00 pm
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    Paflyfish

  • John Brown's Bass - Part 1 by David Weaver

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    JOHN BROWN’S BASSByDave WeaverPhotographs and artwork courtesy of authorHarper’s Ferry is a quiet place where the gentle hiss of river current is the only consistent sound, especially at night. It was quiet a century and a half ago on the night of October 16th, 1859 as less than two dozen men, led by the messianic abolitionist from Kansas, John Brown, crossed the Potomac and slipped into the town streets to initiate what Brown believed would be the end of slavery in America. A staunch Calvinist who believed that he was on a mission from God to end slavery, Brown intended to bring to…
  • 2015 Mid Atlantic Fly Casting Championships

    12 Jun 2015 | 4:20 am
    The Cumberland Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be hosting its Annual Mid Atlantic Fly Casting Championships on June 20th, 2015 at Allenberry Resort in Boiling Springs, PA. The competition will be conducted in conjunction with The Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Museum 13th Annual Heritage Day Celebration. The Heritage Day event is a full day of celebrating the fly fishing heritage in Pennsylvania with over 60 vendors and exhibitors, hands on demonstrations, special seminars, instruction, raffles, auctions and the always popular Fish Swim Race on the Yellow Breeches for a chance to win $500!
  • Shad Darts By Tim Bennett (TimB)

    1 Jun 2015 | 4:40 am
    One of the nice things about fly fishing is that it usually isn’t a “crack of dawn” affair. Most hatches happen in the afternoon or evening. You can usually sleep in a little without worrying about missing the best fishing of the day. Fly fishing for hickory shad may be an exception. I usually try to get an early start when they are running.The guys gathered at the appointed time and we made the trip south to Maryland hoping to catch the first surge of these anadromous fish on their journey up Deer Creek to spawn. We crossed the Maryland border, and then Conowingo Dam, right on…
  • Green Drakes: May Madness

    23 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    I was looking through my photographs from last year and found a Green Drake snapshot, which is one of my favorites. Green Drakes (Ephemera guttulata) are one of my favorite flies to observe, too. I say observe as I usually find myself on Penns Creek fishing while a huge Green Drake hatch is coming off and I am doing anything, but catching a lot of trout. The mixed hatches that occur during this time of year are exciting and frustrating as many angler's would agree. So this year I am going to stop practicing the fine art of talking to myself during the hatch and I might even throw on a sulphur…
  • The Sulphurs are here!

    10 May 2015 | 5:20 am
    With the best hatch of the season fast approaching, I thought it might be helpful for some of the “Newbie’s” to post a few words on the Sulphur Hatch to get them off to a flying start this month… so if anyone has anything to add in the way of tips, tricks, details, etc. PLEASE feel free to chime in!The months of May and June here in southeastern PA bring forth the greatest event of the fly-fishing season… the SULPHUR HATCH. These yellowish mayflies are actually made up of three (3) different mayfly species; Ephemerella rotunda, E. invaria, and E. dorothea. Most…
 
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    Black Marlin Blog

  • Real micro juvenile black marlin in North vs South

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:27 pm
    So a week after the Sunshine Coast gave the Gold Coast a run for the annual top club boat crown (and won!), the same players are at it again this time giving North Queensland a nudge for the winter juvenile black marlin crown. While our juvies in NQ at this time of year are larger […] Visit the full report at: Real micro juvenile black marlin in North vs South © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • Season Recap, weekend rewind

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    5 Jul 2015 | 3:33 pm
    Blue Marlin World Cup: A day after the 1254lb blue was weighed in Cape Verde for Big Oh only one qualifying fish was brought in for the 2015 Blue Marlin World Cup – at 652lbs for the Pesca Grossa team in Madeira (angler Anthony Johnson angler, Captain Duart Nuno Goncalves). Gold Coast Blue Marlin: More […] Visit the full report at: Season Recap, weekend rewind © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • 4th July and recaptures

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:53 pm
    Any Aussie boats fishing the Blue Marlin World Cup this year? (Yes it’s already July 4 in Aus!)  Word from Cape Verde this morning that Captain Ronnie Fields’ Big Oh weighed a 1254lb blue marlin for angler Gray Ingram on July 3, so high hopes for teams fishing over there! More Gold Coast Blue Marlin […] Visit the full report at: 4th July and recaptures © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • Small black marlin off Dampier & Montebello Islands

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    1 Jul 2015 | 9:03 pm
    Report from Captain Chad Mills’ Blue Lightning Charters in WA who have found the black marlin in the North West where they are running their live aboard charters from Dampier to the Montebello Islands.  In very windy conditions they had a great day on the little fish – all that Chad put in the 30-50kg […] Visit the full report at: Small black marlin off Dampier & Montebello Islands © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • “Coast of origin” contest, as the club pointscore goes right down to the wire

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:12 pm
    I knew there was a battle on for the end-of-club year point-scoring but but talk about going down to the wire with some absolutely crazy awesome June winter fishing. (Warning, pun ahead!) It’s the Sunshine Coast vs the Gold Coast in a epic SEQ battle. And the winner is… Queensland fishing! With the end of […] Visit the full report at: “Coast of origin” contest, as the club pointscore goes right down to the wire © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
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  • Independence Day Weekend

    Christopher Kuhn
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:47 pm
  • Knobby Tires and Bass

    Christopher Kuhn
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:10 pm
    Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Robert Frost ~ excerpt from, “The Road Less Traveled” The inaugural summer trip I took up to Vermont … Continue reading Knobby Tires and Bass →
  • Fly Fishing for the Bronzeback

    Christopher Kuhn
    28 Jun 2015 | 5:38 am
    Sëkanèpil – Leni Lenape word for Bass The day was predicted to be a washout, however, if we made it out to the Delaware River early enough there was a chance to engage in a couple hours worth of pre-frontal fishing conditions. Mark and I were up to the challenge; accustomed to waking up for … Continue reading Fly Fishing for the Bronzeback →
  • Post Spawn Bass

    Christopher Kuhn
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:37 pm
    Yesterday I caught this lunker Bass post spawn on my parent’s farm pond using a Woolly Bugger. It was the fight of a lifetime considering I caught it on a 4WT 8’6″ L.L. Bean fiberglass kit rod. Good fun and after a long and action filled fight, she was reeled in and released safely.
  • Over Snow Travels in the Great White North

    Christopher Kuhn
    12 Mar 2015 | 10:10 am
    If there ever was a better time to invest in a snowmobile, the winter of 2014-2015 was that time! The current cooling weather pattern which settled in on us around summer/fall of 2013 has continued in its full glory allowing for copious amounts of winter sports! In my life, Ice Fishing started as and has … Continue reading Over Snow Travels in the Great White North →
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    My Fishing Cape Cod

  • Matching The Hatch & “Lollipops” In The Dark

    Dex Chadsey
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    A few weeks ago Ryan Turcotte published a report about a fishing trip he took with fellow MFCC members Ryan Collins and Kris Magnotti. The title: “60 Bass In The Middle Of The Night, From Shore” quickly got my attention. As I read the report I thought, “I know where that place is.”One of my favorite pastimes on MFCC is playing the “Where’s Waldo” game by following the breadcrumbs that Ryan Collins leaves in his reports. Having spent many years exploring and fishing the Cape, I can more often than not figure out where Ryan is talking about, and this was no exception. […]The…
  • 20+ “Keeper” Bass w/MFCC Member David Benoit

    David Benoit
    5 Jul 2015 | 11:00 pm
    This is a guest report from David Benoit, who joined MFCC as a member back in June of 2012. Last week David and I encountered an incredible bite while fishing together in my boat. David's report below recaps the experience. It was a typical Wednesday night, until my cell phone message indicator pinged. It was an email from My Fishing Cape Cod. It's nothing out of the ordinary to receive an email from Ryan Collins but this one was different. This was not a typical email blast about his latest blog post or countless recaps of his ventures hunting striped bass. This was an invite to join Ryan…
  • Podcast Report for July 2nd

    Ryan Collins
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:00 pm
    In today's podcast report my cousin Kevin and I connect with Jeff Miller of Canal Bait & Tackle and Cullen Lundholm of  Cape Star Charters. This 29 minute episode is jam packed with valuable information to help you make the most of your trips this weekend. […]The post Podcast Report for July 2nd appeared first on My Fishing Cape Cod.
  • An Unforgettable Bass Blitz [VIDEO REPORT]

    Ryan Collins
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Yesterday we published a written account of the absolutely nutty fishing myself and MFCC member Matt Bach experienced earlier this week.Today I would like to share with you some video footage taken during this unforgettable fishing trip. Click play to watch. […]The post An Unforgettable Bass Blitz [VIDEO REPORT] appeared first on My Fishing Cape Cod.
  • An Unforgettable Bass Blitz | June 30 Report

    Matt Bach
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    Yesterday MFCC member Matt Bach and I experienced an unforgettable day of fishing on my boat. This guest report written by Matt recaps our experience. Thank you Matt - we are happy to have you contributing to MFCC! Checking my emails finally paid off! Around 3 o’clock on Sunday I received an email from Ryan Collins, saying that he had an open spot on his boat for a trip early Monday morning. I responded immediately and secured the spot. Next thing I know it’s 1 AM on Monday and my alarm clock is going off. Usually I’d hit the snooze button, and try to squeeze in 15 more minutes of…
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    Truttablog

  • Tying tips: bulky brushes

    trutta
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:45 pm
    You will often find that the brush on your superglue, UV glue, or Sally Hansen’s nail varnish, is just too bulky for the fine work you do. Simply use a small pair of scissors to trim away the brush fibers, leaving a much more manageable brush size. I find I trim away three quarters of them! Filed under: Fly Tying Tagged: brushes, bulky brushes, fine brush application, Sally Hansens, superglue, UV glue
  • My tapestry, your tapestry

    trutta
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:59 pm
    Each of us builds a set of reference points in our flyfishing journey. We all have a history of where we went and what we caught, and what happened along the way, and with whom. It is a tapestry, in which our history matches that of a fellow flyfisher for only as long as it takes for our threads to cross. We spend a day together here, and then, and for an instant we saw the same frames in that movie in our minds that is the flyfishing aesthetic. For the rest of it, it is a personal and unique journey. We can wonder if anyone sees it quite like we do.  It is a bit like contemplating a…
  • Photo of the moment (35)

    trutta
    27 Jun 2015 | 6:10 am
    Filed under: Streams Tagged: Anton Smith, Birkhall, Sterkspruit
  • Stillwater celebration

    trutta
    21 Jun 2015 | 12:08 pm
    The mornings have been cold. Lake fringes, boats and tackle have been laced with ice. The sun has been golden, sweet and welcome. The water has been sparkling, clear, and shimmering blue in contrast to the dusty veld. The Trout have been willing at times. We have had small strong silver fish, and larger Rainbows, flushed in deep colours. We have warded off the chilly breezes with jackets and gloves and “buffs”. Hot coffee has been essential. The sunsets have come quickly.  Filed under: Stillwater Tagged: canoe, coffee, float tubes, flyfishing, Frost, Highmoor, Stillwaters, Sunsets,…
  • Photo of the moment (34)

    trutta
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Filed under: Photography & Imagery, Waterside bird & animal life Tagged: Dabchick
 
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    Fly Fishing Reporter

  • [Book] The Contest by James Hurley

    Ken Sperry
    10 Jun 2015 | 7:31 pm
    Fly fishing has a way a revealing ones true self. Sometimes that's good and sometimes not so good. In , James Hurley reveals some of our hidden flaws through the story of Benedict Salem, a frustrated writer and teacher looking to find himself. A lifelong fly fisher, Benedict picks up and moves to a small town in Maine where he …[Book] The Contest by James Hurley • Fly Fishing Reporter
  • [Video] In Search of the Elusive Butter Bean in Colorado’s North Park

    Ken Sperry
    28 May 2015 | 7:24 pm
    https://vimeo.com/128651553 North Park Anglers and Joey Macomber of Lateral Line Media take us into Colorado's North Park in search of the elusive "butter bean", aka brown trout. Nestled in a million acre valley near the town of Walden, Colorado - North Park is home to some of Colorado's finest trout streams including the Illinois River, Michigan River, and North Platte …[Video] In Search of the Elusive Butter Bean in Colorado’s North Park • Fly Fishing Reporter
  • [Video] Seasons: A Young Man’s Chronicle of Colorado Fly Fishing

    Ken Sperry
    28 May 2015 | 6:53 pm
    https://vimeo.com/129021754 Max Rhlulen, a talented young filmmaker and photographer, shares a year's worth of fly fishing adventures with his friends on some of Colorado's blue ribbon trout streams and lakes. Destinations include Williams Fork, Colorado River, South Platte River, Upper Bear Creek, Chicago Lakes and many more. Enjoy![Video] Seasons: A Young Man’s Chronicle of Colorado Fly Fishing • Fly Fishing Reporter
  • [Video] Streamer Junkies Invade Missouri River in Craig, Montana

    Ken Sperry
    17 May 2015 | 11:46 am
    There are uneasy times in Craig, Montana along the banks of the Missouri River. What used to be a dry fly town has been invaded by the underworld - streamer junkies.[Video] Streamer Junkies Invade Missouri River in Craig, Montana • Fly Fishing Reporter
  • [Video] Big Brown Trout in Lake Ontario Tribituraies of Western New York

    Ken Sperry
    12 May 2015 | 5:21 pm
    https://vimeo.com/124077463 Zero Limit Adventure's provides a glimpse of springtime fishing for large brown trout (oh, and a few steelhead too) in the tributaries of Lake Ontario in Western New York. Visit our Steelhead Alley guide for more on fishing the tributaries of the Great Lakes in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Enoy![Video] Big Brown Trout in Lake Ontario Tribituraies of Western New York • Fly Fishing Reporter
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    The Fiberglass Manifesto

  • 6 Cool Things To Read

    Cameron Mortenson
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Another week and I am playing catch up on a dozen different things after being gone to Michigan for ten days while prepping for next week's trip to IFTD in Orlando.Here's six favorite online articles to keep you busy while I unpack from one trip and get ready for another.BIG SKY JOURNAL - WILD CUTTHROAT PARADISEOne of the things that started this silly blog almost seven years ago was a week in Wyoming fly fishing on quite a bit of the water that is discussed in this article.If you're still trying to map out a late summer trip then move this one to the top of the list and go.BLOOMBERG BUSINESS…
  • SLOW! GLASS IS IN SESSION

    Cameron Mortenson
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    A few weeks ago Keith Westra of Nature Boy Designs posted this artwork on Instagram and I knew it had to be made into a fun decal.  A few hundred arrived on my doorstep the other day and they are now listed on the T.F.M. Decals page.While rearranging the T.F.M. Decals page yesterday I decided to adjust the price and offer all of the "premium" decals at $3 each or four for $10 with $2 shipping now matter how many ordered.  This applies to all decals except the large Comrade decal which is a couple dollars more.Interested in ordering some?  Check out the T.F.M. Decals page to…
  • Fly Fishers Inc. - Issue #12

    Cameron Mortenson
    3 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    It's been awhile since the last Fly Fishers Inc. issue but as always it's worth the wait.CHECK IT.Subscribe in a reader
  • Korkers - NZ Down Under

    Cameron Mortenson
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Another holiday weekend and another great video and giveaway from Korkers. Visit the Korkers Facebook and Instagram pages for the details on how to participate in the contest. Subscribe in a reader
  • Greetings From Beaver Island

    Cameron Mortenson
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    We are having a slow start to our fifth morning on Beaver Island with Indigo Guide Service and Grab Your Fly Charters and it's given me some time to work through some photographs, get caught up on emails, and type out some notes on the trip so far.The first three days were warm and full of sun and then yesterday the lights went out and it cooled down.  We've found carp each day without to much problem and everyone has had some really phenomenal turn and chase eats.Lake Michigan is up considerably higher and the carp are pushing up in the grass around the islands which has made for some…
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    anglerwise.com

  • The Lure of Fly Fishing

    AnglerWise
    15 Jun 2015 | 8:17 pm
    Fishing is the most popular sport in the world. The reasons for its popularity are many. Fishermen are enthralled by the possibility of a battle between themselves and that hidden beast below the waves. With outdoor fishing we are calmed by the surroundings of nature, the relaxation of the gentle... [[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
  • Incredible Ice Fishing

    AnglerWise
    27 Jan 2015 | 6:38 pm
    3 out-there ice fishing destinations It is something akin to Zen meditation – sitting in freezing temperatures on a frozen expanse of water, holding a fishing line and staring down into a self-forged hole in the ice for hours on end. To the outsider of course, nothing sounds madder than heading out... [[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
  • 5 Lessons Your Kids Will Learn From Fishing

    AnglerWise
    20 Dec 2014 | 11:32 am
    We’ve all heard the saying “give a man a fish and he eats for a day, teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime.” While that expression refers more to the idea of teaching people to fend for themselves rather than rely on others, it does contain a certain level of truth […] [[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
  • Best Fly Fishing Environments

    AnglerWise
    21 Sep 2014 | 5:45 pm
    Every fisherman has their prized fishing hole. Often times it’s a secret destination, the location of which they’ll guard with their lives. If you don’t have a favorite spot you return to time and time again, don’t give up looking. Continue reading as we cover some of the environmental factors to... [[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
  • Types of Hard Body Lures

    AnglerWise
    17 Jun 2014 | 7:17 pm
    Every angler enjoys experimenting with a variety of lures to see exactly which ones are being hit on in the cool waters of the early morning, or during the heat of the day. Bib-less and bibbed lures offer a variety of opportunities for every fisherman when targeting a specific species. Hard body... [[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
 
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    How To Catch Fish Network

  • Fishing Secrets, Tricks, And Best Advice

    administrator
    25 Jun 2015 | 8:42 pm
    Fishing is recognized as an activity that the majority people love. People who like fishing is available around the world. A great deal of people who fish be proud of their fishing secrets. Some say they won’t share their fishing tricks and advice, but here we are going to review a few recommendations. Perhaps the [...]
  • Carp

    administrator
    13 Apr 2015 | 10:19 am
    Popularity for Catching  Carp If you are looking for some good tips and techniques on how to catch carp then this post is for you.  Carp are some of the sportiest fish to catch.  So, it stands to reason that carp fishing is very popular today among all anglers.  They may not be the tastiest catch, [...]
  • Jack Crevalle

    administrator
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:06 am
    The jack crevalle is not a highly targeted sport fish primarily because they are not highly valued as food, though they are edible.  Most of the time they are caught while trying to target other species of fish.  They are also called common jack, horse crevalle, cavalla, toro, and cavally.  They have a deep & [...]
  • Mahi Mahi or Dorado a.k.a Dolphin Fish

    administrator
    12 Jan 2015 | 8:13 am
    Art by Ed Luterio Mahi mahi are in all probability the utmost colorful fish located when trolling the open seas. Scientifically named Coryphaena hippurus, they go by many other names like, Dolphin, Dorado, as well as Goldmakrele. The name Mahi-mahi is Hawaiian for “strong-strong”. Regardless of what you term them, they can be not just one [...]
  • Carolina Rig Made Simple

    administrator
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:02 am
    The Carolina Rig is probably one of the most well known rigs used in catching bass both by professionals and amateurs alike.  However, many amateurs find it to be too complicated to use on their recreational fishing excursions, and so they tend to go with more simple lures.  However, it is not that complicated (check [...]
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    best-spinningreels.com

  • Best All Around Saltwater Spinning Reels in 2015

    Pat
    24 Jun 2015 | 9:24 am
    Saltwater conditions are a lot more varied when you compare it to inshore or fresh water fishing conditions. Usually you’re going to be dealing with much bigger fish, as the ocean itself is a lot larger than any river or lake you could find on this planet. Another thing is that the corrosion risk is going to be much higher, not only is there salt concentrated into the water, but there’s a lot more rocks and debris (like coral reefs and such) that could cut your line. This is where tough lines and heavy lures would be applicable, but we’ll save all of that stuff for the list…
  • Pflueger Patriarch XT– Review 2015

    Pat
    21 May 2015 | 10:06 am
    tweet The Pflueger Patriarch is known as being one of the lightest spinning reels you’ll ever come across, but it also sports one of the highest market prices for a Pflueger branded spin reel. Pflueger is well-known for producing quality products at very affordable price, and that’s why they are usually the most recommended reels in forums or Facebook communities. We had a bad experience with Pflueger President, but that doesn´t diminish Pflueger`s value in our eyes.   The price and gimmick (being the fact that it’s the lightest spinning reel around right now) should…
  • Shimano Sienna Review 2015

    Pat
    9 May 2015 | 1:42 pm
    tweet As fishing enthusiasts know all too well, there’s really no limit to the amount of money you can spend on fishing gear. But is the best equipment always the most expensive? Shimano says no. Their Sienna line of reels is priced in the mid to low range yet competes with reels over twice the price. Is the Shimano Sienna a reel you should consider or it is all wet? Check out our complete review: Shimano Sienna Specifications The Shimano Sienna has both Front Drag and Rear Drag versions. They’re sized as 500, 1000, 2500 and 4000. Five hundred is suitable for ultralight uses while the…
  • 10 Essentials For Every New Angler This Fishing Season

    Pat
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:20 am
    A light morning breeze cools the back of your neck, and your cast throws smooth ripples across a calm surface. Whether eagerly waiting among friends or navigating the waters alone, there’s nothing quite like casting a line and feeling the familiar tug of a fish hidden under waves of cherry blue water. The anticipation of that first bite is a sensation that drives fisherman, experienced and amateurs, to bodies of water throughout the U.S. for the return of fishing season. Spring kicks off the season to reel in dinner, and trust us when we say there is no greater solitude than watching the…
  • My Experience with the President

    Pat
    26 Mar 2015 | 1:49 pm
    It is not every day that one throws his reputation to the dogs, but I think my day sure has come. I may possibly about to commit heresy in the cheap fishing reel world. By the way, cheap being under $70, or within the range of being safe from being forced to spend the night on the couch after your wife finds the receipt. Cheap being you are still not quite the gear snob looking down on the mere peasant with his Ugly Stick while you call for drinks and cast your high end Shimano. I’m cheap, and because I’m cheap, still married! I may be cheap, but I have always been very picky when it…
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    Orvis - New Product Additions

  • Wilson's Hula Diver

    23 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Wilson's Hula Diver Remember Heddon's great Hula Popper? We all had them in our youth. Well, this is the fly fishing version and if it is half as effective as the old Hula Popper, the bass will be all over this pattern. Pushes a lot of water. Dips under on retrieve and pops back to the surface. In red/green.<br />In size: 1, 4. Price:   © 2013 The Orvis Company, Inc.
  • Bone Voyage

    23 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Bone Voyage A sexy little saltwater bonefish fly pattern with lots of movement and light eyes for shallow water and spooky fish. Bonefish fly pattern in natural. <br />In sizes: 4, 6.<br /><br />Developed by Greg Vincent, noted authority on fishing bonefish around the world, especially in the Bahamas. Price:   © 2013 The Orvis Company, Inc.
  • Flats Kwabbit

    22 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Flats Kwabbit Another Greg Vincent fly pattern that works for bonefish and permit fishing as well. Featured in the January/February issue of the Orvis News, this permit fly pattern is a must have if heading to the flats. <br />In sizes: 4, 6. Price:   © 2013 The Orvis Company, Inc.
  • Bonefish Gaz Dark

    22 Jun 2015 | 4:00 pm
    Bonefish Gaz Dark A bonefish fly pattern from Greg Vincent, one of the most respected guides in the Bahamas. Fly pattern for bonefish in natural. <br />In sizes: 4, 6. Price:   © 2013 The Orvis Company, Inc.
  • Wiggle Hare's Ear

    22 Jun 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Wiggle Hare's Ear The Hare's Ear is perhaps the most widely used nymph pattern in fly fishing and this is a new and updated version using a unique tying method that adds more lifelike movement to the fly. Articulated tail moves with the current and is much more attractive to trout. Trout fishing nymph pattern in natural. <br />In sizes: 14, 16, 18. Price:   © 2013 The Orvis Company, Inc.
 
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    Big Daddy's Fishing Blog

  • Macquarie Perch

    BigDaddy
    27 Jun 2015 | 7:41 pm
    Perch is a freshwater gamefish. The most common is the European Perch, or “Red Fin”. They are a medium sized fish which tend to school. So, when you find one Red Fin, if you keep fishing in the same spot, you will tend to find the rest of the school, and you can be on the bite for hours. Red Fin In Australia, we have plenty of introduced European Perch, but we also have some of our own beautiful native perch. The Golden Perch, or “Yellow Belly” is the more common. They tend to be much deeper-bodied and have a greater average size than the Red Fin here. I have found them to be quite…
  • European Carp

    BigDaddy
    20 Jun 2015 | 8:37 pm
    The wild carp in Europe are considered vulnerable to extinction, but the ornamental varieties (koi fish) and where carp are an introduced species, they are thriving. They are considered edible by some cultures and in some areas, but I’ve never had a carp prepared that I could eat. The average size carp is 40-80cm long and weighs 2-14kg. But the largest recorded carp caught in UK weighed 45.59kg (wikipedia), but from photos on Google, there have been bigger! They prefer slow to standing water, and their diet is omnivorous (plants and meat). They tend not to eat other fish, but crustaceans,…
  • Long Weekend At A Mountain Lake

    BigDaddy
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:17 am
    It was the Queens Birthday long weekend here recently, so we took the opportunity to go to a fairly remote mountain lake for a weekend fishing – Lake Dartmouth. We went for trout fishing, but disappointingly we didn’t catch a single trout. We tried multiple lures trolling, at various depths and speeds. We tried casting lures, and we tried baitcasting. It just wasn’t our weekend, and sometimes that happens. The scenery was amazing, but the lake was down a bit on capacity, and the banks were steep with few places to camp. We camped on a little spur of mud that would normally be…
  • Marlin fishing on the Ultimate

    BigDaddy
    30 May 2015 | 2:28 am
    When I go fishing off the south NSW coast, I go on the Ultimate. This footage is from a 2012 trip, so it’s a bit old, but it was a great fishing trip. Look forward to more videos, because I will be filming more of my fishing, as well as reviews and other information … coming soon! The post Marlin fishing on the Ultimate appeared first on Big Daddy's Fishing Blog.
  • Top 7 Fish Fetishes

    BigDaddy
    24 May 2015 | 12:39 am
    Knowing some basic rules about fish behaviour, and what fish love, will help you to put your bait in the right place in the bay or estuary. 1. Fish face upstream or into the tidal flow in order to breathe more easily. This position also allows them to see their prey as they await the flow of food towards them. 2. Fish save energy by lurking just off the main current flow. Here they can hold position and grab food as it swirls past. They may also find shelter behind a rock or log, still close to the current. 3. Fish are attracted to structures such as rocks, logs, islands and trees, and to…
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    Bigfish Bent Rods.

  • My all time favorite fishing reels.

    GCfisherman
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:55 pm
    TLD’s have been around since God’s dog was a puppy.. there’s a very good reason they’ve not changed the design
  • Snapper morning.

    GCfisherman
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:44 pm
    I went for a quick run this morning before work and picked up a nice feed of Snapper. Not bad
  • Off the Pin.

    GCfisherman
    28 Jun 2015 | 4:37 am
    Thought we would try some where different last night so we went to the Sullies reef off the Pin. With
  • Mackerel Fishing Question

    GCfisherman
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Well Keen Fisho the easiest way to catch Spanish Mackerel off the Gold Coast. Is to troll hard body lures
  • Daiwa outfit.

    GCfisherman
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:06 pm
    I just bought a Daiwa Black label rod 3 to 6 kg a couple of months ago and I am
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