When Fly Fishing the timing is essential in Fly Casting, otherwise you may end up with a big pile up around your ears or even loosing a lot of flies!
Fly casting Essential One. Eliminate Slack line. When your a beginner at Fly Casting, one essential tip that can be given to you is to eliminate the Slack in your Fly Line before the cast!
Northern Michigan has ample opportunities for good Brook Trout fishing. Blue ribbon streams weave through the landscape for miles. Most all of them harbor good Brook Trout numbers. In this episode of Michigan Gone Wild, team member Jordan Kettlewell Highlights the Black River and it’s Trout fishing potential. He covers the how to’s of Trout fishing and also touches base on some of the history surrounding the Brook Trout here in Michigan.
Horseshoe Pay Lake in South Louisville calls itself “Home of the Catfish” — but one man says he was kicked out because he caught too many fish at this “no-limit lake.”
The Bamboo Fly Rods were used many, many years ago, and is now on the comeback, many more people are making and fishing with them today!
In this short Simms fly fishing video, Jake Dodd catching trout on dry flies during a golden stone and salmonfly hatch. Jake fishes a fly called a “chubby” with a great stonefly profile – a good dry fly to fish when there are various stonefly species hatching.
The Squirminator Fly Pattern is a great Fly to tie up, however it doesn’t really use any conventional fly tying materials.
The Burrower is the largest of Nymphs, they get their name because they dig Burrow’s in the soft silt, sand, etc. on the bottom of the waters.
Alpine Bass – Bass fishing with a top water flies in a remote alpine lake does’t get any better. Watch largemouth bass slam frog poppers in this classic bass film by Todd Moen.
Salta Province in NW Argentina is the only place on earth where you can consistently catch large freshwater dorado (Salminus maxilosus) on small, clear streams.
Parque Nacional del Rey in Salta is located in the transition zone between the high altitude Andes range and the Yunga, an extension of the Amazon watershed.
Hi Everyone , It’s Bill Skilton’s Stretchy Foam that Davie used and not Thin Foam as He said in the video, sorry….
Here is a list of the materials Davie used:
Hook, size 10 dry fly
Thread, Uni 8/0 black
Tail, Dyed Black Turkey or Goose Biots
Body, Bill Skilton’s Stretchy Foam and Black Dubbing
Back, Bill Skilton’s Stretchy Foam
Legs, Dyed Black Turkey Biots and a Dyed Black Cock Hackle
Thorax Cover, Black Foam
Head, Black Dubbing
Horns, Dyed Black Pheasant Tail
Strobel Lake Fly Fishing For Trout in Argentina, is something that needs to be added to every Fly Fishermen’s Bucket List, this is the place of Monsters!
This one simple trick WILL put more trout on your line! It involves stripping the hopper off the shore onto the water. This helps position it close to the shore near the big trout!
These easy rodent pattern drops the hammer on night browns.
The Dave’s Hopper is a favorite “go to” Hopper Pattern for many fly fishers. The high floating properties and life like appearance of the Dave’s Hopper, make it one of the best Grasshopper Patterns ever developed. The Dave’s Hopper was created by fly tying mastermind Dave Whitlock. The Dave’s Hopper is made to be fished in the heat of summer and flopped down near the bank (where hoppers tend to fall or be blown into the river). The Dave’s Hopper is a great indicator for the “Hopper Dropper” technique and is extremely deadly on hungry trout. The Dave’s Hopper can be tied in many variations and colors. The more “Natural” Tan color (tied in this video) is one of the more popular colors, but it can also be tied in Olive. Give the Dave’s Hopper a try! It is a must have in any trout box!
Brown Trout Fishing with hoppers on Beaverhead River in Montana with Kelly Galloup in episode of Fly Fish TV. Fly Fishing browns in the fall with Greg Smith of Four Rivers Fishing company on a drift of this legendary brown river. A variety of grass hopper patterns are used and the boys drift and cast to the banks.
Join Terry as he fishes the South Platte River in the Deckers Area outside Denver Colorado. He is joined by Greg Cunningham and Bill Louthan to tackle some great Fly Fishing for Trout.
Ken Tanaka of Wish4Fish is out on the West Branch of the Delaware and the Beaverkill River demonstrating how being versatile and using different techniques of fishing dries, nymphs and streamers can help you land more fish. In this video he shows you some ways to trigger a streamer strike using a snap jig as well as mending the line to get the fly down to the desired depth.
Hook: 6xl Streamer #12 – #1/0
Weight: .925 Lead Wire
Tail: White Marabou Pearl Krystal Flash
Body: White Chenille
Hackle: White Saddle Hackle
Head: Brown Deer Hair
Nymph Fishing Pocket Water
is a great thing to do starting in July, the waters are warmer and the Trout seem to be deeper where the water is cooler.
Taking a Chance is a half hour look at a wilderness trip with a difference – a look into uncharted territory, where only maps and Google Earth have given us any clue as to what to expect. Kresten Ovesen again is the man of the moment who has an adventurous spirit and willing to take a chance on an untested location. Luckily for Mike, Kresten loves to have the camera rolling to relive the moments later, so they could capture what turned out to be one of the most memorable of Kresten’s angling career. Memorable for things often much greater than some of the wonderful brown trout caught. The magnificence of the stunning water and surrounds will burn brightly in our minds their some time.
Detailed instructions for tying a Trico Parachute. This little Fly is a favorite of all Trout.
In this episode of FLY TV, Niklaus Bauer and Daniel Bergman goes grayling dry fly fishing in the Swedish mountains of Ammarnäs. It’s in the middle of the summer and the may flies and sedges starts to hatch like crazy when the sun sets behind the mountains…
You don’t have to wait for summer to go fly-fishing in the Catskills. Trout season opens on most streams on 1 April. Serious anglers will have put in many happy days on the water by the time the hobbyists arrive in June.
Fortress Lake is home to some very large brook trout. The brook trout average about 3 – 4 pounds in Fortress Lake and many guests land brook trout in the 5 to 9 pound range annually. Located at the continental divide and surrounded by the Columbia Icefield, Jasper, and Banff National Parks, Fortress Lake has gained repute as the world’s most dramatic trophy brook trout fishery. Enjoy what Stillwater author Phil Rowley claims is the heaviest chironomid hatch anywhere, or come for the prime sight-fishing seasons. Evening dry fly fishing offers amazing moments.