Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Friday, June 07, 2019
Monday, June 03, 2019
The good folks at Project Healing Waters are auctioning off an Orvis Helios 3F rod and reel combo. Here is your chance to procure a class A rod and reel and help a great cause in the process.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Friday, May 17, 2019
I'll be trying to avoid all you naked anglers at the show.When attending a fly fishing show, I wear.... #trollpoll— flyfishmagazine (@flyfishmagazine) May 15, 2019
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Friday, April 19, 2019
For some of us this seems like trout bum deja vu. Brian Jill, Chris Owens, Jay Johnson, and Thad Robinson, fishing together in remote locations and making us hate corporate life. Let us know what you think. Link for more info.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Except for the purists who either shun or don't need them, anglers dating back to Izaak Walton have been searching for the perfect
bobber strike indicator. Ok I seriously doubt Mr. Walton used an indicator, but you get the idea. The latest entry into the fray comes from GhostTech and features a three leaf clover design. What do you think? Check out their website.
Tuesday, April 09, 2019
Today the mailman brought a package from a brand I have known since the early days of the fly fishing blogger community. I have always liked the simple logo and, even though it's well over a decade old, my reel pure hat is still one that I regularly grab when I fish or just want to look like a fly guy.
Check out their website reelpure.com. Offerings are limited for the moment (bald guys like me can't do visors) but we have it on good authority that there is more to come in the near future.
Wednesday, April 03, 2019
Protect the Bristol Bay salmon run, and the way of life of the people who rely on it. Comment to the Army Corps of Engineers about the Pebble Mine project. This won't go away. https://t.co/RS4JCsYUaO … #nopebblemine pic.twitter.com/Vbm8ImDG1m— flyfishmagazine (@flyfishmagazine) April 3, 2019
Monday, April 01, 2019
|Smoke on the water?|
Fisheries biologists from Colorado have discovered high levels of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in their state's trout waters. For non fishing guides, THC is the active ingredient in marijuana. Elevated levels of the compound were first noticed during a recent survey on the state's aptly named "Dream Stream". Marijuana or "Mary Jane" as it is also called, is legal in several Western states. It is believed that the contaminant may be the direct result of cannabis using anglers "answering nature's call" during their time on the water.
Anglers who frequent the state's once pristine trout waters have reported an enhanced sense of mellowness and oneness with the river. Although, some have experienced darker feelings, including the sense that "the game warden is literally behind that tree right over there." Effects on trout are largely unknown but fish have been reported lackadaisically hanging out near the tail of pools with bloodshot eyes and voracious appetites.
One local fly shop owner is making the best of this environmental challenge by selling a line of fly patterns (or trout edibles) that take advantage of the situation. "Mark my words, it wont be long before anglers visiting my shop are telling tales of catching massive trout on size 22 Doritos flies." Overall, the impact on fisheries tourism seems to have been a net positive with the shop's new #420onthewater hashtag, already having a large following.
To see other articles which we have posted on April 1st follow this link.