We have posted hundreds of fly-tying videos over the years, and one of the problems with this format is that posts fall off the front page pretty quickly. If you want to see them again or find . . .
When a recipe calls for a hook of a specific size, how is that size determined? As Tim explains, this is a question without a clear answer, as there is no industry standard. What is consistent, though, . . .
The Swedish anglers at Carpe Diem shot this lovely video about casting for colorful rainbow trout in a small forest lake. The cinematography is really nice, focused both on the glorious autumn . . .
When fly-fishing a small stream, it’s always good to know if another angler has been there before you. Although it’s always best to have water that has not seen another angler all day ahead of . . .
Our pal Louis Cahill at Gink + Gasoline posted an awesome video featuring professional leader-maker Christopher Fave tying a blood knot. Even if you consider yourself pretty good at tying. . .
Thierry Bombeke, Associate Publisher and Director of Wingshooting at Shooting Sportsman Magazine, talks turkey with Reid. Thierry, an avid and educated turkey hunter, shares tips and tricks . . .
As anglers, we spend a lot of time on rivers, whether we’re wading or in some sort of watercraft. And the more we engage in these activities, the more confident we become that we know . . .