In this video of the Week, we catch up with Adam and Steve from Blue Line Co. in their newest endeavor Project Isuzu. With a small budget and the need for an off-roading fly fishing vehicle, the boys find themselves owners of a 1991 Isuzu Trooper. After some much-needed modifications and additions, the boys take the trooper on its first fly-fishing adventure. Amongst the sagebrush and farm fields, the guys find an incredible little river that sees next to no fishing pressure. So sit down and enjoy as the guys test a new fly pattern and explore this fantastic fishery.


Here at Blue Line, we have been tying flies for about as long as we have been fly fishing. We started tying because we had to. The lack of fly fishing shops and good bass and warm water patterns drove our passion for the vise. We found patterns from saltwater and trout fishing. We would tie bigger or smaller sizes and better colors of some popular flies. Over the years this turned into fly design. We have a different approach here at BLC on flies. Figure out what triggers fish and put those aspects into a fly design. Sometimes its color, sometimes shape, others its movement. We use these aspects to design flies that catch fish, not fisherman. We only sell flies that we trust ourselves and personally use in our fly boxes. Check us out here: bluelineflies.com

 

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