flies
(leave a comment below noting if you like or hate tying flies)   Let me start by saying that knowing how many flies you have tied in your life isn't critical.  But, I did it anyway. I dug deep into the research bank to try and determine how many flies I have tied since I was 5.  Yes, 5.  I started tying...
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...
steelhead fly tying
As I continue to build up towards the March 15 launch of the new steelhead fly tying course I wanted to to post here so this new project is open to the public. Click here to see the introductory post in this series. I would love to get your support for this project. Click the link below if you would pay for...
trophy trout
Unlock the secrets of landing trophy trout with fly fishing virtuoso Landon Mayer, who generously shares his expertise on everything from the precise art of fly tying to the adrenaline rush of sight fishing. Whether you're wading through the streams of Colorado or casting on still waters, Landon's strategies are a game-changer. As we navigate through a rich conversation, we uncover the intricacies of angling presentations, the importance of matching them to insect hatches, and delve into the role of fitness in ensuring you can keep casting for years to come.
atlantic salmon flies
Think of the last time you saw a fish rise to eat an insect. Were you able to identify what stage of the insect that that fish was feeding on? How about trying to identify the actual bug and what's your best method for capturing an insect? If you want to try to idea it, today's guest is going...
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