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  • The Far Side with Peter McLeod - Ssn. 10, Ep. 7

    The Itinerant Angler Podcast
    Zach Matthews
    28 Jul 2015 | 5:01 pm
    Peter McLeod is the chief trip runner at Aardvark Mcleod. Don't miss his exciting discussion of flats fishing Sudan, catching Russian and Icelandic salmon, and how to avoid the sharks of the Indian Ocean!
  • Tom's Ten Tips to Beat the Heat

    The Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide Podcast
    12 Jul 2015 | 10:59 am
    This week I give Ten Tips for Trout Anglers to Beat the Heat, I think a timely topic with the weather we have had lately.  In the Fly Box, we also talk more about fly lines for bass, when to change a dropper fly if only one pattern is working, whether it is OK to harvest small brook trout for lunch, how to decide amongst the thousands of attractor patterns, best flies for perch, “RADD” (river ADD), how to practice for trout on your local panfish lake, and best rods for kayak fishing.
  • Video Hatch: “The Chase: a tiny film”

    MidCurrent
    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 3:12 am
    Whether it’s about surfing or fly fishing, this film shot in Iceland is an ode to the friendships and experiences shared while chasing passions.
  • Video Hatch: “The Chase: a tiny film”

    MidCurrent
    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 3:12 am
    Whether it’s about surfing or fly fishing, this film shot in Iceland is an ode to the friendships and experiences shared while chasing passions.
  • Fishing with Capt. Jesse

    Fishing News
    31 Jul 2015 | 4:42 pm
    Holy smokes what a "Grande" tarpon season we've had this year. But sadly, all good things must come to an end.
 
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    The Orvis Fly-Fishing Guide Podcast

  • Tom's Ten Tips to Beat the Heat

    12 Jul 2015 | 10:59 am
    This week I give Ten Tips for Trout Anglers to Beat the Heat, I think a timely topic with the weather we have had lately.  In the Fly Box, we also talk more about fly lines for bass, when to change a dropper fly if only one pattern is working, whether it is OK to harvest small brook trout for lunch, how to decide amongst the thousands of attractor patterns, best flies for perch, “RADD” (river ADD), how to practice for trout on your local panfish lake, and best rods for kayak fishing.
  • 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…
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    MidCurrent

  • Video Hatch: “The Chase: a tiny film”

    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 3:12 am
    Whether it’s about surfing or fly fishing, this film shot in Iceland is an ode to the friendships and experiences shared while chasing passions.
  • Winston Introduces Boron III PLUS Fly Rod Series

    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 2:10 am
    Winston has released their new series of Boron III Plus fly rods. Available in saltwater, jungle, and freshwater models. Read more in the press release below. Winston Introduces Boron III PLUS Fly Rod Series From Winston Rods: NEW FROM WINSTON – THE BORON III PLUS Introducing the NEW POWERFUL EXTRA FAST, HIGH LINE SPEED Boron III Plus Series – (5wt – 12wt.) Serious rods for serious anglers for serious fish. Featuring a full spectrum of saltwater rods for every possible fishing scenario. Included in the Plus series are three extra powerful, reinforced Jungle rods designed specifically…
  • New Underwater Camera, GoFish Cam

    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 1:10 am
    The new GoFish Cam allows anglers to view underwater action from the vantage of the end of their line. “We’re improving the art of fishing by providing a means to easily explore what’s happening underwater and a way to learn from that footage,” said Brandon Austin, co-founder and managing partner of GoFish. Read more in the press release below. New Underwater Fishing Camera, GoFish Cam, Replaces Photos with Action-Packed Video to Perfect Your Sport From www.GoFishCam.com GoFish Cam today announces the first high-definition underwater fishing camera allowing anglers to view the action…
  • Video Hatch: “Low Country Fly Fishing with Flood Tide Gang”

    Erin Block
    31 Jul 2015 | 3:27 am
    This film from Badfish features great footage of fly fishing for redfish.
  • Tippets: Physics of Casting, Loch Ness Catfish, Wild Steelhead Gene Bank

    Erin Block
    31 Jul 2015 | 2:25 am
    The physics behind a good cast is much more than just “throwing a line.” Louis Cahill dissects the energy of a fly line and how to get it to work to your advantage in a recent piece on Gink & Gasoline. The legendary Loch Ness Monster might not be so mysterious anymore. Using sonar technology, new research has detected “extremely large” fish deep in the lake, which researcher Steve Feltham suspects to be giant Wels catfish. Via Field & Stream. Wild steelhead of Puget Sound rivers are in need of help recovering health and populations numbers. Raise your voice in support, and…
 
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    MidCurrent

  • Video Hatch: “The Chase: a tiny film”

    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 3:12 am
    Whether it’s about surfing or fly fishing, this film shot in Iceland is an ode to the friendships and experiences shared while chasing passions.
  • Winston Introduces Boron III PLUS Fly Rod Series

    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 2:10 am
    Winston has released their new series of Boron III Plus fly rods. Available in saltwater, jungle, and freshwater models. Read more in the press release below. Winston Introduces Boron III PLUS Fly Rod Series From Winston Rods: NEW FROM WINSTON – THE BORON III PLUS Introducing the NEW POWERFUL EXTRA FAST, HIGH LINE SPEED Boron III Plus Series – (5wt – 12wt.) Serious rods for serious anglers for serious fish. Featuring a full spectrum of saltwater rods for every possible fishing scenario. Included in the Plus series are three extra powerful, reinforced Jungle rods designed specifically…
  • New Underwater Camera, GoFish Cam

    Erin Block
    1 Aug 2015 | 1:10 am
    The new GoFish Cam allows anglers to view underwater action from the vantage of the end of their line. “We’re improving the art of fishing by providing a means to easily explore what’s happening underwater and a way to learn from that footage,” said Brandon Austin, co-founder and managing partner of GoFish. Read more in the press release below. New Underwater Fishing Camera, GoFish Cam, Replaces Photos with Action-Packed Video to Perfect Your Sport From www.GoFishCam.com GoFish Cam today announces the first high-definition underwater fishing camera allowing anglers to view the action…
  • Video Hatch: “Low Country Fly Fishing with Flood Tide Gang”

    Erin Block
    31 Jul 2015 | 3:27 am
    This film from Badfish features great footage of fly fishing for redfish.
  • Tippets: Physics of Casting, Loch Ness Catfish, Wild Steelhead Gene Bank

    Erin Block
    31 Jul 2015 | 2:25 am
    The physics behind a good cast is much more than just “throwing a line.” Louis Cahill dissects the energy of a fly line and how to get it to work to your advantage in a recent piece on Gink & Gasoline. The legendary Loch Ness Monster might not be so mysterious anymore. Using sonar technology, new research has detected “extremely large” fish deep in the lake, which researcher Steve Feltham suspects to be giant Wels catfish. Via Field & Stream. Wild steelhead of Puget Sound rivers are in need of help recovering health and populations numbers. Raise your voice in support, and…
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    Fishing News

  • Fishing with Capt. Jesse

    31 Jul 2015 | 4:42 pm
    Holy smokes what a "Grande" tarpon season we've had this year. But sadly, all good things must come to an end.
  • Man reels in massive 58-pound fish

    31 Jul 2015 | 4:42 pm
    While fishing in North Carolina, local Stanley Correll, Jr. experienced what some people are calling a one-in a-million type catch. Man reels in massive 58-pound fish While fishing in North Carolina, local Stanley Correll, Jr. experienced what some people are calling a one-in a-million type catch.
  • Cops and kids make memories on a Lake Erie fishing trip

    31 Jul 2015 | 3:42 pm
    Alexis Videc, 7, gets a helping hand catching Lake Erie yellow perch from Cleveland police officer David Schramm. They were fishing on The Holiday party fishing boat on Tuesday during the Cleveland Cops for Kids Fishing Days.
  • Frontier Airlines baggage dispute

    31 Jul 2015 | 1:37 pm
    Frontier Airlines , known for its low fares, also ranks low in customer satisfaction. Here is a viewer's cautionary tale about his luggage that accidentally destroyed by the airline.
  • Miss Avalon & a fish kissing tradition

    31 Jul 2015 | 9:32 am
    Freckle-faced Jack and his crew-cut dad, Andy, were deep-sea fishing a few miles off Wildwood, N.J., on the 78-foot party boat Miss Avalon. Nine-year-old Jack had never dropped a line in the ocean before, and the fish were giving him a big welcome: In all, Jack brought about nine of them to the surface , sometimes with his own rod, sometimes with the rod of a neighboring angler who let Jack reel in a hooked fish.
 
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    Anglers Diary

  • River Severn Barbel Fishing Pt1

    Mark Carp
    8 Jul 2015 | 11:07 am
    If you’ve just stumbled across this blog you may not realise it’s been dormant for many years. As a carp angler I’ve published all my writing on the North West Carp Blog so please feel free to take a look if it’s carp fishing you’re interested in.Early July saw me take a break from carp fishing as I headed south from my base in Wirral to the River Severn in Shropshire. My target for the day was River Severn barbel. Although I’ve caught the odd barbel in the past from the River Teme I’d never had one from the Severn so my mission for the day was to put that right and catch one.My…
  • Fishing Videos

    Mark Carp
    12 Apr 2015 | 12:29 pm
    It's been a long time since this blog saw an update, all my current angling is on the North West Carp Blog. I've recently been updating my Youtube Channel to compliment my angling blogging and I hope you like some of the clips and films shown here, I carry a Go Pro Video Camera with me every trip these days so my channel will be seeing quite a few updates as the fishing season unfolds.I have plans to write Anglers Diary again but for none carp species later this year, my youtube channel will also support my non carp fishing which will be for perch and pike once we get towards the end of the…
  • North West Carp Blog

    Mark Carp
    12 Nov 2010 | 12:14 pm
    I've moved this blog and renamed it the 'North West Carp Blog'. Here are some of the best entries on the new site, please feel free to pay a visit as all my new work is published there.Basic Carp Hair RigD Rig for CarpLine Aligner Carp RigLeadcore Carp Rigs/LeadersMaking Lead Fishing WeightsTiger Nuts for CarpMaize for CarpChick Peas for CarpGroats for CarpFinding Winter Carp2007 Winter Carp Diaries Start Here2008 Winter Carp Diaries Start HereFishing for River Dee CarpFishing for River Weaver CarpCapesthorne HallRichworth Linear FisheriesYateley Sandhurst LakeActon Burnell CarpWalton Hall…
  • Carp Fishing - Day Ticket Carp Fishing Trip

    Mark Carp
    31 May 2009 | 2:09 am
    I must admit I’m not a big fan of day ticket carp fishing, mainly because of the silly prices fisheries are charging for a 24hr session these days!. If I do fish a day ticket water I want to be sure I’m on the type of water that offers me big fish, after all, if I’m paying over the odds, I want to be in with a chance of a big carp. I’d actually given up day ticket carp fishing many years ago when I thought Linear Fisheries were getting greedy and starting to charge too much, my opinion of Linear hasn’t changed and I haven’t been there for a while now.The one day ticket water that…
  • Carp Tackle Review - JRC Stealth Brolly

    Mark Carp
    17 May 2009 | 4:43 am
    Spring is well under way now and summer is just around the corner, after a winter of day only carping I’ve started fishing nights again in the last month or so and I’d forgotten just how handy it is having a decent brolly for overnighters.The JRC Stealth Brolly is my chosen system for overnighters, the stealth covers my bedchair and sleeping bag easily and leaves me with plenty of room to store my gear at the back of my bedchair. What I like about the stealth brolly is how fast you can get set up, I’m a short session carp angler and I’m always watching the water and looking to move…
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    Fishing Horizon

  • Before and After

    admin
    25 Jul 2015 | 7:41 pm
    Here are some nice fish caught before and after Hurricane Dolores flyby.Aboard the VendettaLucky kid with Ray SummerGood size tuna caught by Robert and his buddy
  • Pelagiced 80 lb. bluefin tuna

    admin
    24 Jul 2015 | 4:11 pm
    The bite is getting hotter in Southern California and Mexican watersFound this photo at SDfish.com, what an awesome catch!
  • Malihini Sportfishing July 2015 Trip

    admin
    22 Jul 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Another great fishing trip on Malihini Sportfishing boat. Mexican Waters Area 43
  • Best Fishing Knot

    admin
    9 Jul 2015 | 8:50 pm
    Palomar knot is a proven perfect knot for amberjack and tuna fishing! This knot can handle 20 - 60 pound fish pretty easily.Double unit knot is one of the easiest yet  reliable knot for joining similar or different line in diameter.
  • Kayak adventures

    admin
    9 Jul 2015 | 8:04 pm
    ......yakateer photos found on SD fishing
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    Fly Fishing Lodges | Blog | Tips | Gear Reviews

  • What’s Your Favorite Tippet to Fly Knot?

    Kyle Shea
    31 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Jason uses a non-slip mono loop. Photo: Cathy Whiting. It’s been a while since we’ve ran a poll here on the Deneki blog, so today it’s poll time! We love hearing from you, our readers, on all aspects of fly fishing. We’ve ran polls in the past on everything from your favorite switch rod, to your favorite backing for bonefish, and everything in between. Oddly enough, we’ve never asked about one of the most disputed topics in fly fishing, knots! So today, we want to know.. What’s Your Favorite Tippet to Fly Knot? You know, the knot you use to tie your fly…
  • All About Dolly Varden

    Kyle Shea
    30 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Dollies make us happy. Photo: Alan Nelson. During the back half of our season at Alaska West, we’re lucky to witness a pretty amazing run of dolly varden, a species of char native to Western Alaska. Arguably one of the prettiest fish in our river, they’re also available in laugh-inducing numbers, making them an awesome fish to target on a fly rod. Because of that, we get a lot of requests for more posts on our beloved dollies. So, we reached out to Jordan Sly, our operations manager here at Alaska West, for all the details on the life history of dolly varden. Aside from spending…
  • Mousing for Chums?

    Kyle Shea
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Only in Alaska.. Photo: Ben West. We talk all the time about our run of chum salmon being extremely aggressive. They have a reputation for eating a lot of different flies, from leeches, to sculpins, to even flesh and egg patterns. They’re not afraid to hammer a fly, and that’s one of the reasons we think they’re so cool. Last week however, while mousing for trout, ol’ chumley decided to teach Mickey a lesson, smacking this mouse fly on the surface. We can’t say we’ve seen that too many times, so we were pretty excited when we saw the photo. Oddly enough,…
  • Track Straight for Better Accuracy

    Kyle Shea
    28 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Stay on track.. Photo: Jeff Forsee. Whether casting to a tailing bonefish, tucking a mouse pattern under an overhanging branch, or delivering a size 18 BWO upstream of some fishy pocket water, being able to put the fly where you want it is a valuable skill in all avenues of fly fishing. There are many potential causes for a lack of casting accuracy, but the most common fault we see on a regular basis is poor tracking. Simply put, tracking refers to the horizontal path of the rod tip. In order to cast as accurately as possible, it’s important for the rod tip to track in as straight a…
  • New Drying Tent

    Kyle Shea
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    New and improved. Photo: Kyle Shea. If you’ve spent any time with us at Alaska West, you probably remember our drying tent, the small structure with a heater big enough to dry out our guests gear after a soggy day on the river. If you haven’t spent time with us at Alaska West, but have picked up a pair of Simms Waders in the past eight or so years, you’ve probably even seen a photo of the inside of our drying tent on your warranty card. Well, we’ve made a few improvements to our faithful drying tent, and we’re pretty excited about it. Now, each of our guests are…
 
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    Paflyfish

  • Where to Fly Fish in Montana? A DIY Trip Guide - Part One

    29 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    By Brian McGeehanAs a Montana fly fishing outfitter – the majority of my time from November through April is spent helping our guests plan trips for the following season. Montana is a very large target with a huge variety of fisheries so it can be a daunting challenge to folks visiting for the first time. When Dave Kile asked me to put together a guide for planning a trip our way I decided to break it into two parts do to the breadth and diversity of what Montana has to offer and what different people want out of their trip. One of the aspects of trip planning in the Big Sky state is…
  • 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…
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    Wired2Fish Blog

  • Evers Takes Lead on St. Lawrence River

    31 Jul 2015 | 6:13 pm
    While some struggled to maintain their standing atop the leaderboard, others rocketed towards the top and Rojas and Martens continued their neck and neck race down the stretch for Angler of the Year.
  • Ike Talks St. Lawrence Smallies

    31 Jul 2015 | 8:10 am
    Elite Series pro Mike "Ike" Iaconelli shares his thoughts on big St. Lawrence smallies over breakfast on day two of the 2015 Evan Williams Bassmaster Elite Series event in Waddington, N.Y.
  • Riot Baits R Craw Review

    31 Jul 2015 | 12:01 am
    Terry talks about a soft plastic craw fishing lure he's been using a lot lately from Riot Baits.
  • Grigsby Takes Lead on St. Lawrence River

    30 Jul 2015 | 5:51 pm
    Florida pro and legendary bass fishing pro Shaw Grigsby takes the early lead on northern fishery to kick off Elite Series bass tournament. Details on the day here.
  • SPRO Bronzeye Shad Winners

    30 Jul 2015 | 9:52 am
    Congratulations to the winners of these awesome topwater baits!
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    Black Marlin Blog

  • WA Winter Fishing + @ the Sydney Boat Show

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    30 Jul 2015 | 3:06 pm
    Brought to you from a sunny Sydney where we’ve been checking out all the latest including having a walk through of Game & Leisure Boats Hatteras 45 Express yesterday (and now writing my report for you on an iPhone – technology!) Will be sharing some pics on Instagram today. Meanwhile fishing over in the west, […] Visit the full report at: WA Winter Fishing + @ the Sydney Boat Show © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • Micro Black Marlin Video

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    27 Jul 2015 | 3:26 pm
    The team on Chaos have put together a video from their trip bringing the boat back home from Fraser (6 from 8 – photo above). This followed their magic month with 31 micro black marlin off Fraser in June 2015. Check it out below! Broome Sails firing for the tournament On the other side of […] Visit the full report at: Micro Black Marlin Video © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • Juvie Black Marlin in Townsville and Cairns

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    26 Jul 2015 | 3:27 pm
    Another weekend and another weather opportunity for the boats up north to target the juvenile black marlin. Over the weekend, the better action was certainly off Townsville with the Nicolosi family’s Zuri recording a 4-4-3 yesterday for the day to the north. Jack tells me that the fish were between 10-15kg, super healthy and the […] Visit the full report at: Juvie Black Marlin in Townsville and Cairns © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • New Look, Big Plans for BMB Big Marlin Season 2015

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    20 Jul 2015 | 5:59 pm
    Redesign: You’ve probably noticed things are looking a little different around here. While I’ll be making a few more tweeks over the next few days, shoot me a note if you notice something’s not quite working right (or leave a comment). The redesign is all about bringing the site up-to-date with the latest in technology […] Visit the full report at: New Look, Big Plans for BMB Big Marlin Season 2015 © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
  • July update

    Kelly Dalling Fallon
    19 Jul 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Hi everyone! Well it’s that time of year as we edge closer to the big marlin season that things start to get exciting on the blog.  I’ve got a few announcements coming this week starting with the newsletter that will be going out to subscribers tomorrow. If you’re not already on the mailing list, sign […] Visit the full report at: July update © Kelly Dalling Fallon 2005-2015.
 
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    Moldy Chum

  • A Special Appeal from the Abaco Fly Fishing Guide Association

    El Guapo
    31 Jul 2015 | 9:02 pm
    AFFGA is challenging Prescott Smith and the Bahamas Fly Fishing Industry Association who they believe are the primary authors of the draconian fly fishing draft legislation that has caused so much panic in the flats fishing industry. LINK
  • North Olympic Peninsula rivers at historic low flows amid worsening drought

    El Guapo
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:54 pm
      Things are not looking good for the rivers on the Olympic Penninsula. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife has reported low, warm river flows are causing high mortality among salmon trying to return to rivers to spawn. While all of the North Olympic Peninsula's measured rivers are setting new daily records with each dawn, the Elwha and Calawah rivers are at their lowest for the month of June recorded in 117 years. LINK (via: The Peninsula Daily)
  • Big Taper Fly Lines

    El Guapo
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:46 pm
    If you plan to fling half a chicken anytime soon, today’s fastest, powerful fly rods, and an aggressive (short belly) specialty taper fly line can help you do that, without sending you in for Tommy John surgery. LINK (via: Florida Sportsman)
  • Take Action: The President needs to come to Bristol Bay

    El Guapo
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:10 am
    Photo by Chris Miller An important message from Save Bristol Bay. Hello from the Save Bristol Bay campaign! We hope you are having a fantastic summer.  Thank you for lending your voice over the years to help protect Bristol Bay from the threat of Pebble mine. While we have enjoyed many successes, Pebble is not dead yet, and we won’t stop fighting until it is. We're hoping to include YOU in the group of fishermen, tribes, business owners, conservationists and others across the country who recognize the immense economic and cultural value of Bristol Bay and plan to see this fight…
  • Fishstarter - GoFish Cam Edition

    El Guapo
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:04 am
    GoFish Cam is a patent pending wireless, underwater action-adventure camera that sits on your fishing line and captures the real action of the sport. LINK
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  • A Midsummer’s Night Trout

    Christopher Kuhn
    13 Jul 2015 | 6:56 pm
    The temperature outside was in the high eighties, the air thick enough to wade through. Lacking a pool and with the lakes all kind of warmish the best option to keep cool on Sunday was wet wading in the river! I loaded my XT 600 with some light duty gear for the Smallmouth and rode … Continue reading A Midsummer’s Night Trout →
  • 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.
 
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    My Fishing Cape Cod

  • Light Tackle Tuna Report

    Cullen Lundholm
    30 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    The morning began at 4:30AM just before sun break. The fish the few days prior seemed to be working south and I had a pretty good number on where they might be. However I expected there to be quite a few boats chasing these fish.It wasn't long before we started seeing fish jumping here and there. Stick boats were harpooning tuna all around us, but we were having a tough time getting on the fish with the spinning gear.I made some calls and found some good reports of life about 25 miles from where we currently were. The weather was good so I decided to make the run.  […]The post…
  • Tube and Worming for Summer Slobs | Part #1 Tackle

    Ryan Collins
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:34 pm
    Last week I was finally able to get out fishing with my Dad. The weather folks had predicted flat calm seas which would be ideal for a day of striped bass fishing.Right now the bass are holding deep during the day in this summer heat. Our idea was to troll deep and cool water to see if we could entice a "slob" striper or two using the old reliable tube and worm.​ […]The post Tube and Worming for Summer Slobs | Part #1 Tackle appeared first on My Fishing Cape Cod.
  • Doubled Up On Giant Tunas!

    Bob Hovey
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    The weather was calling for winds of 10-15 mph with gusts of up to 25. So this would not be a flat calm trip, but do-able in my boat. This was a special trip because I was fishing with my father who had just flown in.Upon arrival at the fishing grounds we quickly found whales and birds, and decided to start trolling. Unfortunately the life soon dissipated, so I made a few phone calls and gathered some intel on where tuna had been spotted.​ […]The post Doubled Up On Giant Tunas! appeared first on My Fishing Cape Cod.
  • Cape Cod Fluke Tactics Part #3 | The Finer Details

    John D. Silva
    24 Jul 2015 | 10:50 am
    This is part #3 of a series of posts about fluke fishing on Cape Cod. To read part #1 click here and to read part #2 click here. If you really want to go all out for a potential trophy-size manhole cover, then you have to think big (as the old axiom says: big bait = big fish). Try live-lining small snapper bluefish or scup along the bottom. Fluke are voracious feeders and will aggressively attack baitfish up to 8 to 10 inches in length. The largest fluke I have ever battled was hooked while using a live snapper (juvenile) bluefish for bait. […]The post Cape Cod Fluke Tactics Part #3 |…
  • How to Win an August Striper Fishing Trip with Me on My Boat

    Ryan Collins
    23 Jul 2015 | 11:12 am
    This season I've been having fun fishing with members of My Fishing Cape Cod. It's been great meeting you! Plus we've enjoyed catching some awfully nice fish in some very beautiful areas of the Cape.In this post I would like to let you know how you could win an August striper fishing trip with me on my boat. This should be a fun trip and I am already looking forward to it! […]The post How to Win an August Striper Fishing Trip with Me on My Boat appeared first on My Fishing Cape Cod.
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  • Tying tips: what to do when the thread snaps

    trutta
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:51 am
    It happens to everyone, and usually at some critical point. Simply grab the tag end of the broken silk as quick as you can with one hand, letting the bobbin fall. With your other hand, reach for your superglue. You will soon master opening that with one hand. (try not to glue the tube to your lips!) Dab a tiny, barely visible amount of glue onto the thread, and wrap it once or twice. It will stick very well. Now you can reach for the bobbin and re-start where you broke off. (Note, some tiers dispense with the whip finish, and tie their flies off this way)Filed under: Fly Tying Tagged: broken…
  • Photo of the moment (38)

    trutta
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:22 am
    Filed under: Photography & Imagery Tagged: Naude's Neck Pass, Nommer Asseblief, Phone booth, Rhodes
  • Treasures and treats

    trutta
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:49 am
    My wife and I  pulled up outside a shop the other day, and while she went in search of ice for the cool box, I hung back and answered questions from a woman who was swooning…..over our boat.  She seemed a bit rough around the edges. Hard as a woodpeckers lips in fact. Her fingers were tobacco stained, and her hair was like straw. But she got it. She got it that this work of art is a thing of such beauty, that to travel with it, to launch it, and to climb into it, is in itself a treasured act in which one can delight, far beyond the measure of the miles that one might paddle in it.
  • Photo of the moment (37)

    trutta
    18 Jul 2015 | 12:04 pm
    Filed under: Photography & Imagery, Streams Tagged: Roy Ward, willow stream
  • African snow

    trutta
    11 Jul 2015 | 9:51 am
    This post is largely for the benefit and interest of foreigners to South Africa. With the exception of the tip of South Africa, in what we call the Western Cape, ours is a country in which rainfall comes in summer. Our winters, by contrast, are brutally dry. And I really do mean brutally dry. We can see rainfall taper off as early as late March, and not have a drop of precipitation again until October. Those in tune with our seasons, as I believe I am, are acutely aware of the length and severity of winter’s dryness. Did the rains persist well into April, and did they start as early as…
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    The Fiberglass Manifesto

  • Kancho Borisov - T&T And Kabuto Rods

    Cameron Mortenson
    31 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    It's been a bit since I have last highlighted the work of Bulgarian rod builder Kancho Tzvetanov Borisov but he's been busy this summer on two recent builds that are well worth sharing.Kancho doesn't have a website and even when he shares his work on Facebook and the Fiberglass Flyrodders he does not share much of a narrative regarding each build.  I guess he figures (correctly I might add) that the images will do the talking for him.  This is just stunning work in every way. THOMAS & THOMAS 7'6" FIVE WEIGHT KABUTO RODS 7'6" FOUR WEIGHTWant to see more of Kancho's…
  • Tenkara Summit 2015 - Estes Park

    Cameron Mortenson
    31 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Do you Tenkara?  If so, consider attending the upcoming Tenkara Summit which will be held in Estes Park, Colorado on September 19th, 2015 and is organized by Tenkara USA.This is the five year of this event and there is a full program planned for those that attend. Estes Park, and the surrounding area, is a tenkara angler's dream with mix of creeks and rivers to fly fish.Visit the Tenkara USA for more information and to register for this event.Subscribe in a reader
  • 6 Cool Things To Read

    Cameron Mortenson
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Another week and another six favorite articles I've combed the fly fishing internet for.  Enjoy.ALEX LANDEEN MEETS (ANOTHER) DIRTY GIRLPhotog, writer, and all around good dude goes to Alaska and of course comes back with a story.FLY ROD & REEL - ARTIST JOSH UDESENArtist Bob White goes one on one with artist and teacher Josh Udesen for this feature.FRANKENFLY - BUCKET MOUTH LEAGUEPaul Beel of Frankenfly has a new good idea.  I'm down with the bass and I'm going to need a couple of these decals.  (hint, hint...)MADNESS AND MAGIC - THE GREENHORNTim Schultz with a little piece…
  • Flood Tide Co. - Fall Tailers Ball

    Cameron Mortenson
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Clear the schedule for the evening of Tuesday, September 9th for the Flood Tide Co. (and friends) Fall Tailers Ball at Palmetto Brewery in Charleston, South Carolina.You might want to cross out work on the 10th to recover.  Just saying...One part film fest, one part live music, ten parts party.Entries for the film fest will be accepted until September 1st, 2015.More information on the Facebook events page.Subscribe in a reader
  • Wandering Blue Lines - Largemouth Bass

    Cameron Mortenson
    28 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    The art of Tyler Hackett of Wandering Blue Lines is yet another example of someone who I've met through Instagram and it's been stellar to follow along with his process as an artist as he takes on new projects.Recently Tyler and I traded a few emails and I asked if he would take the time to chronicle a new piece of artwork from sketch to print to application and cutout on plywood.  The largemouth bass is one of his latest offerings and this is how it's done. Tyler wrote...  "Each print starts out as a drawing that is focused on each fish’s defining characteristics. The drawing is…
 
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    anglerwise.com

  • Ultralight Backpacking for Ultralight Sports

    AnglerWise
    14 Jul 2015 | 7:32 pm
    When you're trying to reach a remote camping, hiking, or fishing spot on foot, an ultralight backpack can save you time, energy and even back pain. Here are five steps to get you started. [[ follow the link to see the full post ]]
  • 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 ]]
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    How To Catch Fish Network

  • Lowrance Elite 5 HDI Review

    administrator
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:03 am
    Check Best Prices and Ratings Probably the greatest feature of the Lowrance Elite-5 HDI is its use of two different technologies which Lawrance calls “Dual Hybrid Imaging.” These two different technologies is the Downscan Imaging together with the Broadband Sounder. In combination the two (2) provides fishermen a fantastic view underwater and all the objects [...]
  • Humminbird PiranhaMax 197c DI Review

    administrator
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:40 am
    Check Prices and Ratings Making use of precision sonar, the Humminbird PiranhaMax 197c DI can make aquatic conditions clear.  The fish will never sleep easy ever again. A compact system measuring approximately 5.6 x 3.9 inches on the front and just over 1.3 inches in depth, the completely new PiranhaMax features a 3.5-inch LCD screen [...]
  • Lowrance Elite 3x

    administrator
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:06 am
    Check Prices and Ratings The Lowrance Elite-3X Fishfinder posses the following features: • Suitability for nighttime as well as daytime fishing. You can manipulate the backlight with the power button based on the light you’re experiencing that day of the week. • Dual frequencies. With this current version, you can utilize the 83 or 200 [...]
  • Deeper Smart Fishfinder Review

    administrator
    27 Jul 2015 | 8:53 am
    Check Prices and Reviews The Deeper portable fish finder is one of the neatest devices to top the fishing scene. For example, Humminbird makes some very awesome portable fish finders such as the Fishin’ Buddy, and NorCross produces their very flexible fishfinder, but  Deeper brings the portability factor to a brand new level without losing [...]
  • 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 [...]
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    best-spinningreels.com

  • Best Inshore Spinning Reel Under $200 At 2015

    Pat
    25 Jul 2015 | 10:53 am
    Inshore fishing is a relatively common practice in the United States, and that’s because fishing itself is a very relaxing experience. Inshore fishing is essentially fishing in very shallow water, you see people do it often because all you’ve got to do is dip your feet into the water (and the fish are usually under 20 pounds). Some people tend to use the same reels or rods for every single fishing situation, when sometimes it’s pretty much impractical. This article is going to take a look at the different things you should be considering when buying for inshore fishing…
  • 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…
 
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    Big Daddy's Fishing Blog

  • Cod v Mulloway

    BigDaddy
    11 Jul 2015 | 11:04 pm
    The Australian Murray Cod and the Mulloway have very different environments, but as apex predators, they also have a lot of similarities. These similarities can be utilised when targeting these species, so fishing for cod and mulloway can be approached similarly. Both species are large bodied, so any form of water movement will require energy and effort to simply maintain their position. Big fish do not get big by continually burning large amounts of their body’s protein stores, so any features or structure in the water that will deflect or redirect the water will attract big predators. If…
  • 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.
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    The Okie Angler

  • Include A Travel Fishing Rod In Your Arsenal

    Peter
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:32 am
    Practically any rod you can think of can now be purchased in a travel fishing rod design without any dramatic decrease in performance. Their design is a marriage of light weight with incredible resistance, response and strength. They feature smooth loading tips and powerful buts for lifting power
  • Top 4 Daiwa Rods To Buy

    Peter
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:42 am
    Greater hooking power is delivered to you through more guides, more closely spaced along the length of Daiwa rods. This creates less energy loss and set the hook firmer on those all important strikes. Another benefit from this design is increased sensitivity as the lighter tip in combination with the increased number of guides equals better sensitivity.
  • Fly Tying Kits: Create your Own Bait

    Peter
    27 Jun 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Fly tying kits provide a wide array of different materials for you to create your very own bait. Furthermore, they have more advantages than using live and traditional bait that are even messy. Also, as you can create fairly striking and intricate flies
  • How The Shakespeare Ugly Stik Got Its Name

    Peter
    26 Jun 2015 | 9:23 am
    They are built with a graphite core, covered by a fiberglass outer layer. And what adds more strength and backbone through the rod is that the blanks continue down through the handle. Also featured in these fishing rods is the epoxy coating to help protect it from the sun's UV rays
  • Try A Float Tube For Fly Fishing

    Peter
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:10 am
    After you’ve properly inflated your tube, make sure to store all of your equipment including rods, waders, bait, lures, life vest, and food into the device. This is best to do on dry land as it will be easier to work with and there is less of likeliness for accidents to occur. Once you have everything loaded up
 
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