Fly Line DIY Repair: Replacing a Welded Loop

Modern fly lines often come with a welded loop that allows an angler to quickly switch out leaders with a loop to loop connection....

Making the Switch, a Light Introduction to Single Hand Spey Fishing

If you fish rivers sooner or later you will come across this situation, you have to cast with obstructions around you, no backcasting room,...
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Tips for Catching Alaskan Arctic Grayling

Arctic Grayling are known as the sailfish of the north, and quite appropriately so. They have beautiful fins that pop with hues of blue,...

How to Tie a Non-Slip Loop Knot

Knots, knots, and more knots. As fly fishermen, we live and die by the knots we tie. Like everything, every knot can be tied...

Barramundi (Barra) of Australia [Tips to Catch Them]

Barramundi (barra) are known internationally as Australia’s favorite light tackle sportfish. They are a beautiful looking silverfish with large scales and a massive bucket...

False Albacore and Bonito: Who’s Who?

As the summer rolls on, anglers around New England start to get antsy. When the inshore waters warm, and baitfish begin to pile up,...

How to Tie a Bimini Twist Connection Knot

Have you ever struggled with the process of deciding the type of knot to tie that will lead to the most security? Whether it...

Fishing Trip Checklist: How To Put Together An Incredible Experience

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”, sure, Ben Franklin may not have been talking about your next fly fishing trip, but...

How To Fly Fish for Bluefish

If Northern Pike are the wolves of the water, and Barracuda are the wolves of the sea, that would leave Bluefish to fill the...

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