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In this article via the Flymen blog, Steve Dally outlines tactics and techniques for how to make a streamer swim convincingly in the water. “Targeting tailing redfish on flood tides, from Northern Florida all the way to North Carolina, is … more →
Craig Hayes, owner of Turneffe Flats Lodge, sits down to talk about sustainable business models and strategies to combat climate change in this recent interview on the Sustainable Angler Blog. In a fly tying tutorial from Postfly, learn how to … more →
Jon Hazlett guides on Oregon’s Rogue River and sits down for an interview on The Venturing Angler blog that reaches from his favorite fly and funny guiding story to his passions and interests when not on the water. Read more … more →
Amazingly, this is the 500th post on the Light Rockfishing Blog! When I set this website up in 2011 I knew LRF was going to be an interesting ride, but had no idea just how much lure fishing would take over my angling (okay, my life). From LRF to wrasse, boat, bass and freshwater I'm(...)
Thomas & Thomas has announced the appointment of Erin Foley to the role of marketing communications manager, overseeing the company’s social media, blog, email marketing campaigns and newsletters, digital advertising, and website updates. Read more in the press release below. … more →
Many of you know, and maybe some don’t, but Craig and I spent the last 8 weeks in South America (Peru + Ecuador), and then in Andros Island for bonefish. We apologize for the lack of blog posts recently (I’m talking to you, Dennis!), but this is a task that is best performed on a..... Read MoreThe post Return to the north appeared first on GREAT DIVIDE OUTFITTERS.
Hey folks, Matt Stansberry here with an update. I’ve been working behind the scenes these past few months, posting some conservation stories on the blog and keeping up with the folks fishing in my favorite Oregon watersheds. But I haven’t … Continue reading →
Emerger Strategies has announced a new blog series focused on climate change and other environmental issues. Read more in the press release below. Emerger Strategies Presents: “The Sustainable Angler” From Emerger Strategies: Emerger Strategies Presents: “The Sustainable Angler” which is a … more →
This short film is the first entry in the visual accompaniment to the Notes From The Road blog. You can catch up on all the stories via Tight Loops.
Several customers have contacted the Shop or called me directly, asking for my recommendations regarding tackle and flies to fish for sea-run cutthroat. I’m drafting this blog post to cover the highlights of my thoughts. In the good old days: … Continue reading →