trey combs
It sometimes sounds like a good idea to get out in your boat and cover as much water as possible.  But Trey Combs noted in a recent interview I did with him that one of his biggest tips is to get to know one steelhead run so well that you can identify each pebble. So you can identify each boulder...
elk hair caddis
In today's fly tying video I show you how to tie an elk hair caddis, one of the most classic and most effective dry flies of all time. I use cream color dubbing but you can use any color that matches the hatch you'll be fishing.  The elk hair floats high and dry and so should you (or whatever that...
Today I'm continuing the blogging journey to get out the word on the new steelhead fly tying course and doorstep material deliveries. If you want to see the first post in the series that explains the background, click here.  If you want to take a look at what chapter 1 will cover, click here. Today I'll cover a little bit on...
trey combs
It episode 006 of the Fly Fishing Show I had the pleasure of interviewing one of the biggest people in the history of steelhead fly fishing, Trey Combs. Trey wrote one of the early books on the history of steelhead fishing and flies and has done a lot of other amazing stuff in his fly fishing career that we cover...
line speed Jedi
There's so much information out there these days online that it's easy to get confused so I wanted to bring it back for you and clarify where to start. Brian Chou said it best in a recent interview I had with him:  Pick a rod and line setup and fish it! He's basically saying that sure, you need a balanced outfit,...