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In this video Jay Ties a Trout Clouser Jig “Black Dace” using an Umpqua 60 degree Jig Hook. Like many of Jay’s flies this fly is tied using a 60 degree jig hook which allows for a variety of applications. … Continue reading →
Signs of fall are in the midges and small numbers of size #16 tan caddis. Mahogany Duns and fish looking up in shallow water mean that the high sun of summer is past us. Dry fly fishing is better and … Continue reading →
In this video, Jay ties a Chinook Style Dragon Tail pattern using Mangum’s UV2 Dragon Tails. This is essentially a Clouser fly on steroids! Tied using classic Chinook colors – pink and chartreuse, this is a bold option for the … Continue reading →
Ken High, the founder Dr Slick, the US-based manufacturer of fly fishing tools, has died at the age of 85 following a year-long ba... ...s unhappy with the quality of clamps, nippers, scissors and other fly fishing and fly […]The post Dr Slick founder Dr Ken High dies at age of 85 appeared first on Angling International.
I was looking for a short head fly line that I could cast from a dory offshore Pacific City. Many floating fly lines work well for this purpose, including most of the short head floating fly lines such as the RIO … Continue reading →
The new feature-length documentary film, “Live the Stream: The Story of Joe Humphreys,” will premiere at national film festivals this fall, including Breckenridge Film Festival and Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. Read more in the press release below. Fly Fishing Documentary, … more →
In a recent post, David Goodrich writes about an advanced principle of fly tying: implementing mass to create a better and more effective design. “The full idea behind Point-Center Mass is to add mass between the point and the eye … more →
This short film highlights Scott Flint, a ski instructor in the winter, a fly fishing guide in the summer.
Many of you know how much great work the McKenzie River Trust does to protect, restore and expand treasured outdoor spaces. We have held our annual Two Fly Tournament to help the trust for over 10 years now and Patagonia … Continue reading →
Mending line is an essential skill for getting a good drift. In this instructional video, Russell Miller, Director of Marketing at Fishpond, talks about ways to properly mend a fly line and improve your success next time you’re on the … more →