Articles and information on a wide range of topics, from fly fishing history to tying knots.
The science behind fly fishing grips and their link to injuries. Learn the difference between thumb-on-top and index-finger-on-top techniques.
Deep dive into Nylon (monofilament) and Fluorocarbon for your tippet and leader. Explore the pros and cons, features, and performance of each material to make an informed decision for your next fishing adventure.
Explore the differences between the clinch and improved clinch knots, how to tie them and when to which one.
Discover the ancient Japanese method of Tenkara fishing. Learn about the gear, the unique advantages of this technique, and when to use it vs a regular fly rod and reel.
Discover professional tips for capturing stunning fly fishing photos. Learn about the right equipment, perfect angles, and how to respect the fish in your shots.
Fly fishing hooks come in different sizes, types and materials. In this article we cover everything there is to know about fly fishing hooks.
In this article, we'll discuss what a strike indicator is, the different types of indicators, and how to properly use them while fly fishing.
Learn how to straighten a curled-up fly line with these simple steps. Avoid frustration and enjoy your fly fishing experience again!
Explore the exciting world of kayak fly fishing with our comprehensive guide, covering benefits, essential gear, techniques, and safety tips.
Fly fishing in the rain has some pros and cons, but it is very doable as long as you know the tips and tricks.
We cover a short history of Lefty Kreh, who had a long and successful career in the world of fly fishing. His contributions to the sport have had a lasting impact.
There are five popular knots that you can use to securely connect your fly line, leader, tippet, and fly.
Fly fishing is a beloved angling method that has a rich history in cultures all around the world. Read all about the start and development of fly fishing.
For fly fishers it might be a weird question because it's so obvious. We asked around and these are all the things that people love about fly fishing.
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