In this week’s podcast, I interview Dan Frasier, noted fly-rod carp angler and writer, on tying flies for warmwater species. But don’t miss it if you are not a fly tier because he also gives lots of
Written by: Mary Edmonson, Store Manager, Leawood, Kansas
The mirror carp was the first to fall, kicking off the quest for a Grand Slam. Photos courtesy Brad Kellerman
Not a lot of people think “fly fishing” when they think of Kansas City, but—as one of our associates, Brad Kellerman, proved with these three freshwater bones that he pulled out of Indian Creek last. . .
Everybody do the carp face! Photos by Ryan D. Srbljan
A buddy and I recently christened the most unlikely of boats here in Ohio. I fell in love with bonefishing in Belize, and haven’t found a cure for the bug since. In hopes of getting that same flats-style goodness closer to home, I built out a 1979 Gheenoe as a flats skiff to. . .
Here’s short film about Carpicide, a fly-fishing tournament that took place last month close to downtown Minneapolis. But the film is really about a lot more than the tournament. It’s about why people take the time and suffer the. . .
I think we might have a candidate for best carp video ever right here, as this production features some killer footage of the fishing off Michigan’s Beaver Island. Not only that, but these anglers are a serious Who’s Who of . . .