By Eva Kosmas Flores Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores Once the air gets crisp and cool and all the leaves have fallen off the trees, like most folks, I tend to become a bit of a homebody and use it as an excuse to curl up by the fire, eat lots of comfort food, and […]
Back when we were just starting out as trout fishermen and couldn’t get enough of it, Art Currier and I would pick the first likely weekend in late March or early April to break our winter famine. We’d . . .
Conventional wisdom says that 10 percent of fishermen catch 90 percent of the fish. Most people assume that these elite “10 percenters” enjoy so much success because of their superior . . .
Beadhead nymphs are wildly popular among fly fishers for several reasons: they sink fast without split shot, they offer attractive flash in the water, and they catch fish. Recently, many anglers . . .
Thirteen-year-old Sydney Housinger sent us these great photos via Instagram because she was so excited by her catch. Fishing with her dad last week on the Green River–south of Asheville, . . .
People often worry about catching big trout on light fly rods. In this great video, Dave Jensen shows just how much pressure you can put on a 5-weight fly rod, a 4X tippet, and a size 14 dry fly. Dave . . .
By Eva Kosmas Flores
Turkey is definitely one of the most versatile proteins around—it tastes great with a very savory accompaniment, but also tastes just as incredible with a very sweet one, or in this case, a sweet-yet-tart one.