We are excited to announce two “Intro to Chironomid Fishing” courses at both of Micheal & Young Fly Shop’s locations (Surrey & Vancouver) on Saturday, March 24th.
The first time someone gave me a “blob” pattern to try I didn’t know if I should put it on the end of my line or in the garbage. What on earth could possibly drive a fish that lives solely … Read More
First things first, I love taking photos but I don’t consider myself a great photographer. I am not pretending to be an expert on the matter, this article was written because I’m really excited I found something that allows me … Read More
Nets are often an overlooked piece of equipment in the fly fishing world. Believe it or not there are a lot of nets on the market that are not safe for catch and release fish handling practices. Here’s a few … Read More
Fly tying can be a patience testing, time consuming hobby, but there are little ways to make it a bit easier on you. When I first began doing small commercial tying orders around 19 years old, I learned very quickly … Read More
Peacock herl is a great material for an array of flies but often becomes too bulky & hard to glue without ruining its iridescence. One use for peacock herl that is often overlooked is stripping the fibres and using the … Read More
Below the surface of the water on any of our interior lakes, there are a smorgasbord of options for fish to enjoy at any given part of the season. The tricky part is knowing how, when and why to imitate … Read More