Welcome to the latest installment of the Wednesday Wake-Up Call, a weekly roundup of the most pressing conservation issues important to anglers. Working with our friends at Trout Unlimited, . . .
Written by: Michael O’Brien
When Miranda and I met about six years ago, she wasn’t interested in the outdoors. She had fished and even done some hunting when she was younger, but she didn’t keep up with it through high . . .
Many steelhead anglers consider swinging flies the ultimate way to catch these silver rockets, and more and more Great Lakes anglers are adopting the technique. Here are two great how-to . . .
The proper way to tie a Catskill-style dry fly has been the subject of many debates and even the cause of a few feuds over the years. You’d be amazed by how passionate a grown man can . . .
The video above is pretty funny, but it has a serious message: steer clear of spawning trout, even though they may look easy to catch. (Warning: some sexual innuendo in the video.) In many . . .
Many patterns, such as the Adams, call for a tail made from mixed hackle fibers. Attempting to hand-mix these tiny fibers can drive you nuts and result in a tail that looks messy and unkempt. Here, . . .
Tomorrow, a host of anglers, conservationists, and business owners will take to the podium in the nation’s capital to participate in an event about how we must protect the Everglades. The . . .