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The Balanced Leech and Balanced Minnow fly pattern is a new one for me and I’ve had fun working on these flies lately. One of my key issues has been finding out which pins do and do not work for … Continue reading →
Fly fishing’s stereotype as a quiet and contemplative pastime has made urban angling “fishing’s redheaded stepchild,” writes Chris Wright. Read more about “Going Fishing in New York City” and the fun that can be found in urban angling pursuits in … more →
David Goodrich outlines tips and techniques for stacking flash in this post via Backcountry Fish Nerd. “My personal suggestion it so tie it on top of sturdy/bulky materials so the fly is not fouling up and not between the shank … more →
In this recent tutorial series, Gunnar Brammer shows how to tie the Bucktail Deceiver and BULKHead Deceiver and how to adapt them to best fit your conditions and forage species. “These two flies can be tied with bare minimum materials, … more →
Flymen Fishing Company says that it is taking poppers to the next level with its latest innovation. The Brevard, North Carolina-based company has introduced the Howitzer Articulated Baitfish Popper which has been designed for the growing band of anglers who are taking to topwater fishing with articulated flies. Martin Bawden, founder of Flymen Fishing Co. and […]The post Flymen Fishing Co takes poppers to ‘next level’ appeared first on Angling International.
In this video, Jay shows us how to tie an Olive themed Steelhead Tube Fly with Ginger Grizzly Saddle Hackle Tips and Orange Aqua Flies Intruder Eyes. This is a vibrant Winter Steelhead pattern that can be fished on the … Continue reading →
Drew Chicone is the author of the recent three volume set of fly tying books, Top Saltwater Flies. In this podcast, Chicone talks about his designs and techniques for fishing for bonefish, permit, and tarpon. Via Ask About Fly Fishing. … more →
Pudge Kleinkauf, author of Rookie No More: The Fly Fishing Novice Gets Guidance From A Pro, shares an excerpt from her book on Gink & Gasoline. Learn more here about dry fly fishing and the dead drift. A new modular … more →
Solarez has announced a program and contest to encourage anglers to explore the different types of flies that can be tied with Solarez UV Resins. The program will run from September 30, 2018 through April 1, 2019. Read more in … more →
Viper – a new specialist fly rod from Danish-based A. Jensen – is set to be appreciated as much by the pike angler as it will the fly enthusiast. It fulfils the need to be able to cast big and bulky flies all day long as easily as possible and has the power in the […]The post A. Jensen Viper rod set to be appreciated by both pike and fly anglers alike appeared first on Angling International.