Flywater: Fly-Fishing Rivers of the West Hardcover by Grant McClintock (Author), Tom Brokaw (Foreword) The magic and majesty of America’s greatest western fly-fishing rivers. Flywater brings us to the iconic creeks, springs, freestone rivers, and tailwaters that […]
Great shot of Andrew Conley holding up a nice Steelhead Trout he caught in southern Oregon. Rumor has it he used a barbed hook with a neon ball float attached […]
Fishing fast water over rocky bottoms presents a special problem – how to keep from losing your entire rig. We have the answer. Use a three-way swivel by tying your […]
May 2, 1992 was a nice day on the Little Red River for Howard “Rip” Collins. He landed this 40 lbs. 4 oz. brown trout, the largest on record in […]
For pennies you can make instant jigs by pinching a small round shot on a long shank hook near the eye. Paint the shot if you like.
Fish, with nearly 27,000 living species, are the largest population of Vertebrate (backbone) animals. In fact, if you combined all the other Vertebrates, fish would still outnumber them.
Looks like a beautiful day for fishing off of Ollcott Pier, Lake Ontario, NY. Here’s Bruce Kowalski holding a nice Brown Trout he finessed in. Hey, is that The Gremlin […]
The Gremlin says check this out! January 4th, 2014 Whitewater State Park, 3 miles south of Elba, MN. on Hwy. 74. Trout fishing in winter provides challenges, but also a […]
If you leave your tackle pliers home when you tie flies you can use split shot to hold hackle tips and other odds and ends out of the way as […]
When stream fishing for trout and salmon, you want to cast across the stream and let your bait drift down with the current barely “ticking” the bottom. In this way, […]