There are few things more relieving than sliding a fish into the basket and having a moment to take a breath. There are scenarios where a net is not necessary, but more often than not a net will be your
Crisp morning air, leaves transitioning to vibrant shades of gold, yellow and red, fall is a special time of year. Each year when the water temperatures begin to drop back to their prime levels and fish become active after a
First off, I hope everyone had an excellent summer. Wildfires have plagued us again for the second year in a row, making some days on the water next to unbearable in a heavy layer of smoke. Second off, I am
It is hard to believe that another spring stillwater season has come and gone already, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone from Canada and the United States that came to fish with us this spring.
Strike indicators are an incredibly effective tool in stillwater fly fishing, but sometimes it is more fun to take the indicator/swivel setup off and fish a naked line. Though it may feel very approximate at first, it can prove quite
Using a throat pump to acquire a sample of what a fish has recently been feeding on is not an irresponsible or inhumane act. A proper throat pump has a beveled end that tapers down slightly to avoid any harm
Every few days, an email comes in on the topic of rod/reel/line setups for chironomid fishing in specific. While it does not have to be overly expensive, having quality equipment goes a very long way in making your experience as