Steven here reporting from Yellowstone, Week #2: The Firehole and Gibbon rivers looked more like rivers in Willy Wonka's Factory than blue-ribbon fisheries...
An Iraq war veteran finds a bridge from the Euphrates to a local Massachusetts river. "In the corner of my eye I suddenly saw one of my vehicles go up in a huge ball of dust. A second later I heard and felt the blast from the I.E.D."
Here is a simple and effective method for making a flotant holder for your fly vest. You will need a 2-inch wide elastic strip and 3/4 inch wide nylon strapping; a 3/4 inch strap keeps everything small and light. These materials are available at many out-door or sewing retailers.
Keep your flies floating where the fish want them by using today's flotants in the most effective ways.
Why Fly Fishing? A new DVD asks, and answers, this very question. By Jim Butler It all started at the Yale Peabody Museum, really. The Peabody was making plans to display a traveling exhibit from the American Museum of Fly Fishing (AMFF), called "Seeing Wonders: The Nature of Fly Fishing."
Never mind Presidential politics. Real, meaningful elections are at stake this year-the vox populi of fly-fishing must be heard!
Ross Worldwide has again expanded the Essence rod series with the addition of a 486-4, 490-4, 890-4 and 1090-4 in each of the three Essence series, FS, FC and FW. Ross Worldwide worked with Mel Krieger, one of the world's finest fly casters and instructors, on the development of the Essence series
Abel puts reel design thought into helping out fly-fishing causes.
It might still be wishful fishing season in the Northeast, but that makes it the right time for the right outerwear.