“A Thousand Words” recalls the stories behind photos that bring back some of my fondest moments on the water.
Cosmoledo Atoll sits painfully high on my bucket list. This video is perfect for those like myself that have relatively no social life and spend their Friday nights watching fly fishing videos and answering emails. Enjoy!
Before we go any further, I will say that I wouldn’t be writing this article if I didn’t enjoy tying flies. The creative process is very rewarding, and the ability to tweak things until I’m happy with the finished product … Read More
Welcome to the first instalment of “A Thousand Words”, these will be short articles telling the story behind a single photo. I love looking back at photos from trips past as they often bring a wave of memories, the photo … Read More
White beads, often referred to as snow cone or ice cream cone patterns, can really play a big part in the Stillwater chironomid game. Here’s a few things to consider when using white beads. Water Clarity: The big advantage to … Read More
Clear intermediate sinking, or “slime lines” are an extremely versatile fly line that I believe don’t receive the recognition they deserve. What these lines are is a full sinking line that simply falls at a very controlled rate of 0.5-2 … Read More
This video is more than just a fly fishing video to me, it showcases the pure obsession behind it, along with some real-time guide frustration. I have not listened to someone talk more passionately about their craft than David Mangum … Read More
It’s February 1, and I’m sure I’m not the only one sitting here wondering when the first of the low-elevation lakes will begin to lose the ice that has kept us off of them all winter. I know it won’t … Read More
Each fall, many of our rivers in the interior of BC see healthy runs of Sockeye & Chinook salmon that make the journey from the ocean to their home river to spawn and eventually die. This not only provides a … Read More