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In this recent instructional video, learn techniques for fishing baitfish patterns in colder weather: for example, imparting a jigging motion to your retrieve. “In this video, Kelly demonstrates how you time your strips to the raising and lowering of the … more →
Tim Flagler demonstrates how to tie a Wood Duck Heron in this week’s featured tying video. “This is one of those patterns that gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling whenever I tie or fish it,” says Flagler. “And it helps remind me …
The Brown Trout-Atlantic Salmon Nexus: Tactics, Fly Patterns, and the Passion for Catching Salmo, Our Most Prized Gamefish by Matthew Supinski a complete historical, scientific, artistic, culinary, and practical guide to understanding and appreciating these remarkable fish. From history to … more →
Blane Choclett pioneered the Game Changer style of fly design, and has been a major player in the rise of big game fly fishing in the last decade. From his start in fly fishing to how he develops patterns, read … more →
The latest episode of Loon Live is a great intro to tying baitfish patterns, as well as a tutorial on a box-filling caddis pupa. Watch here. In this article, Aaron Smith writes about his trip to Pyramid Lake, providing plenty … more →
In this article, Chad Schmukler writes about the differences between baitfish and sculpins, and why you should use different fishing techniques for each. “It is these swimming patterns and behaviors of sculpins that make traditional streamer tactics which feature long … more →
Fall fishing has been superb for trout on the McKenzie and Willamette. Steelhead fishing has also picked up considerably on both rivers. Below are some patterns you should have in your box this time of year. Purple Para Rooster- An … Continue reading →
If you are headed out to fish the McKenzie or Willamette River systems this fall don’t be without some adult October Caddis patterns. Here are our favorite four styles of October Caddis dry flies. J’s October Hi Tie Caddis is … Continue reading →
It’s that wonderful time of year again and fall fishing is picking up everywhere. Here are ten consistent “fall producers” you need in your fly box to fish our local waters. Chubby Chernobyl: Short winged stones, hoppers and October Caddis … Continue reading →
Simms Fishing Products has partnered with Veil Camo to launch what it describes as ‘the most technologically advanced pattern we have ever released’. Veil Camo, established in Witchita, Kansas, in 2012, specialises in patterns for outdoor enthusiasts and works with brands to bring new products to markets. It has developed Simms’ new River Camo design […]The post Simms Fishing Products partners with Veil Camo appeared first on Angling International.