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In case you haven't noticed, Fish Swami has received a significant update in the past few weeks! The site has been redesigned but still supports the same capabilities the old site provided. This wee... ...ers with a powerful tool to analyze their fishing log data for patterns.In the coming weeks, I plan on adding a few smaller features to the site that I've wanted to work on for quite some time. I'll blog about these new features as I add support for them. As always, if you have ideas about how to improve the site, please send Fish Swami a message.While using the new site, if you see an errors, please use the Contact Page to send me a note detailing what the issue is.
Jeremy Kehrein, Sporting Travel Program Manager for Orvis Adventures, pens a detailed guide on fishing Argentina in a recent post on the Orvis blog. “Patagonia is so large and its waters so varied that anglers can find any kind of … more →
Matt Callies (fly tying guru) from Loon Products demonstrates how to tie a killer jig fly pattern. If you have been following the blog over the past 12 months you know how much we love jig patterns. The most effective … Continue reading →
Here are a couple new articles by our blog founder Matt Stansberry, featuring strange tales of the wild fish of the Great Lakes. Also, check out the artwork by David Wilson. Wild Steelhead of the Burning River: The Cuyahoga River, … Continue reading →
View history on display via the Orvis blog. See Lefty Kreh’s first fly reel, purchased in 1947, thanks to The American Museum of Fly Fishing and the ongoing “Museum Pieces” series. Kyle Wilkinson of Trouts Fly Fishing outlines his top … more →
A pretty solid but extremely enjoyable week was had by all out on St Brandon’s this week. Our friends from Russia and South Africa enjoying a smoothing crossing over to the atoll which ensured everyone was well rested and eager to get stuck into the action on arrival.Day one saw an early morning low tide [...]
We met up with a great bunch of guys on M.Y. Gryphon for the start of the next trip, including good friends Jon and Gary from Canada, John, Tim and Mike from the US, Kresten from Denmark and Mike from England. Needless to say we were psyched to get back out to the atoll and [...]
The third week of the season kicked off with a group of guys from Mavungana Fly Fishing from back in SA. For most this was going to be their first taste of saltwater flats fishing, so as you can imagine they could barely contain themselves! Due to weather conditions experienced on the atoll we [...]
The fourth week of the season has come and gone with not much change in the weather for the first 3 days of the week. The South-Easter would not let up as a low pressure cell covered the entire Southern part of the Seychelles. The fishing however ended up with some spectacular achievements even after [...]
I get a lot of messages about my cold water kayak fishing gear so I wanted to breifly throw together a quick blog overview of what I wear. I adhear to the three “W’s” when it comes to layering for cold water fishing. I want to be clear here though. Cold water fishing is a […]The post Kayak fishing cold water gear appeared first on Kayak Fishing Instructor.