Crazy Water on the Dean

You will be reading more in the coming weeks about my trip to British Columbia to fish the Dean River. In every post I will likely mention the tough fishing conditions. In order for you to really understand what I mean by “tough fishing conditions” I put together this little video. I have never seen a river so crazy high. The fact that we fished… Read More »Crazy Water on the Dean

The Salt Water Quick Cast

One of the most crucial skills in salt water fly fishing is shooting line. Everything happens quickly on the flats and the angler who can put is fly on a fish sixty feet from the boat with only two false casts will have a distinct advantage. It’s important to get the fly to the fish in a hurry but that’s not the whole story. In… Read More »The Salt Water Quick Cast

The V Grip

HOPEFULLY YOU’VE GOTTEN COMFORTABLE WITH ADDING THE WRIST SNAP TO YOUR CAST. TODAY BRUCE IS GOING TO GET INTO SOME SERIOUS ADVANCED TECHNIQUE. Your going to see him use the “V Grip”. This is going to feel seriously odd at first. In fact I think this is harder to get the hang of if you have been casting for a long time. Don’t get discouraged,… Read More »The V Grip

The Bimini Twist

The Bimini Twist may be the the most mysterious knot in fly fishing. I love the look you get when you tie one. It’s as though you pulled a rabbit out of your fishing hat. In reality, the Bimini Twist is not a difficult knot. Once you understand it it’s very easy to tie and it can not be beat for strength. It is the… Read More »The Bimini Twist

How to Tie: The Rainbow Warrior

In this week’s “How to Tie” video feature, Fly Fish Food shows us how to tie the Rainbow Warrior nymph. Learn About This Fly: Difficulty: Novice  To most anglers, whether they’re brand new to the sport of fly fishing or have been tossing line since they learned to walk, there are a few flies that have firm real estate in everyone’s vocabulary of bugs. There’s… Read More »How to Tie: The Rainbow Warrior