Love them or hate them, the Booby fly has become an increasingly popular fly in British Columbia. This fly proves very effective when fish are not necessarily on a heavy feed, and seem to be reluctant when presented other, more
On each and every day of Stillwater fishing, there are four rods rigged and ready to go in the boat at all times. During both spring and fall season, this does not vary a whole lot aside from changing fly
Fall Stillwater fly fishing season is in full swing, and the weather at 3500 feet is reminiscent of early December! In the fall, fish will often begin to key in on staple food sources such as scuds, leeches and bloodworms.
Social media is such a great way for anglers to share their experiences with the world through photo and video, but it is time to be honest for a moment. “How do you guys seemingly always catch big fish?”, this
This was inspired by someone that asked this exact question. What does the term “pro staff” mean to both a company and an angler? Pro staff does not mean getting all the free rods, reels, fly lines, buffs, sun gloves,
I was twenty years old, working a fly shop job and fishing every waking moment possible. I was single, responsibility was a word that was not even in my dictionary, and my time was fully devoted to racking up as
Fall is upon us, and some of the best Stillwater fly fishing in the Kamloops area is underway. Cool nights, comfortable daytime temperatures, and fish that are actively willing to eat! Fall can present some excellent chironomid fishing, in fact
There was a time when I thought that depth sounders were cheating. How could someone just attach this little mechanism onto their boat, be able to see the whole underwater world and still call it fair game? This all changed