The last afternoon of the Louisiana trip faded quickly into evening. We had been off the fish for an hour or so, searching new water and scouting different areas to add to Jeremy’s bag of tricks. Rounding a shell point on an island thickly populated with white pelicans, we fired up the engine … Continue reading
Flyfishermen are an introspective bunch, tending to philosophize a little more than our other fishing brethren. We like to catch big fish and high five about it, but we also like to talk about WHY we fish. I figure that is mostly because it’s something we ask ourselves often as … Continue reading
When rigging for the flats, it’s more a question of knowing how to deal with the current situation than anything else. For many flats fly fishers, the prepackaged tapered leaders made by many manufacturers are their go-to, and that often works just fine. They’re hard to beat for convenience. Personally … Continue reading
Most high-end flylines these days come with a loop already formed at the terminal ends of the line. There are people who believe that you should fashion your own loops – if you’re one of those people then you probably already have a favorite method. For those that either have … Continue reading
Music fills the truck, streams out the windows Guitar riffs crying, drifting where the wind goes, Roll up, slide out, Rig a rod, fly doubt, Yeah. That one… Knot it.