Written by: Capt. Jason Sullivan,
Rising Tide Charters
Captain Sullivan and another happy client celebrate an Everglades tarpon.
Photos courtesy Capt. Jason Sullivan
Most guides and anglers in South Florida consider tarpon season to be from April to July, depending on the weather. A lot of that fishing takes place in the Keys on the oceanside . . .
Last Friday, Tom took questions for an hour in his first Facebook Live broadcast. We took the audio of the show and uploaded it for those of you who may have missed it or who don’t . . .
I receive a lot of photographs of great fish from anglers out in the field. Most photos are well done, but many are unpublishable for a simple reason: the photo shows poor fish-handling . . .
Not all of us are lucky enough to live within a few miles of a famous fly-fishing spot on the Madison, the Delaware, or in salt water. And even if you are a few hours from great fishing, you may not. . .
In this week’s podcast, I tackle the subject of “Ten Hot Tips for August Trout Fishing,” featuring information and tips for both beginners and experts. In the Fly Box, we discuss such diverse. . .
The proverbial dog days of summer are upon us—often a time when people think fishing is slow, with not many obvious insects for trout to eat. On the contrary, the dog days of summer aren’t. . .
Written by: Justin Collmann
Justin Collmann, a clinical psychology graduate student, believes that fly
fishers can help manage their own frustration on the water.
Photo courtesy Justin Collmann
One October a couple years ago, I was standing at the lip of the first pool on my home stream in Shenandoah National Park and casting across the current to a fishy undercut boulder on the far side. No sooner had I dropped my fly in the still water behind the rock than. . .
This week we’re exploring the wide open world of warm water fly fishing, and not just for bass. We talk about landlocked stripers and gar and bowfin and northern redhorse–and especially . . .
Dave and Amelia Jensen, of
Jensen Fly Fishing in Alberta, have released the tenth episode of their series of instructional videos, “The Bank,” in two parts. The first features some glorious. . . Read More
Written by: Brew Moscarello,
Vew Do Balance Boards
Brew Moscarello practices his casting and his balance skills at the same time.
Photos by Aiden Moscarello
Since my earliest memories, I’ve had a passion for fly fishing. I believe the endless search for 20-plus-inch browns holding tight to the bank sipping spinners is in my DNA, and for me, it’s as. . .