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The Fly Fishing Film Tour recently announced some 2018 dates. This African Tiger trailer looks awesome: The tour is coming to Portland Feb 10, Bend on Feb 17, Corvallis on February 24.
Anglers will complete for a places on the Fly Fishing Team USA at the upcoming Southeast regional tournament set to be held January 13-14, 2018. Qualifying anglers will represent the U.S. at the 2018 World Fly Fishing Championship in Comano … more →
The winter 2017-2018 edition of The Tenkara Angler is now available to read freely online. “The ‘Winter’ issue of Tenkara Angler focuses on many off-water pursuits – with a fly tying feature, a tamo building DIY, a core conditioning workout, … more →
In this video Jay ties a Jigged version of the Ultralicious Steelhead Tube Fly. This fly is tied on a #2 Jigged hook using the same color combination of black and blue and includes Double Pupil Eyes. It is fished … Continue reading →
Sandy Moret has been named 2018 Conservationist of the Year by Fly Fisherman. Founder of Now or Neverglades, Moret has “fought Florida’s water management policies, which historically focused on satisfying the demands of the sugar cane industry to the detriment … more →
This short film features fly fishing for salmon in the waters of Sweden and Norway. Via Tellis Katsogiannos.
Jay’s Ultralicious Steelhead Tube (Fl. Blue) is a vibrant Summer and Winter Steelhead fly that can be fished in any water. The weighted eyes help this fly sink faster and the loose rabbit strip gives this fly lots of action. … Continue reading →
From gear and time of year to lingo and techniques, Jess Fischer writes a great article on “Fly Fishing for Trout 101,” via The Outbound. From riding hook-point up to movement and weight, Kent Klewein outlines four great tips for … more →
The right gear can help young anglers get and stay interested in fly fishing. Justin Pickett writes about some of the best fly rods for young beginners in this article via Gink & Gasoline. “You won’t find many bells or … more →
New Zealand’s South Island offers anglers and photographers some unreal subject matter. Brier Kelly who is super solid photographer and angler recently visited us at Cedar Lodge. I thought I would share some of his shots from his recent trip. … Continue reading →