Group shot of NJ TU chapter members who participated in the second March Madness Fly Tying event held on Saturday, 3/22/14 in Cranford, NJ. Hosted by the Rahway River chapter, over 40 TU members honed their tying skills and donated flies to Project Healing Waters, Casting For Recovery and TU... [ READ MORE... ]
I put this together today just kind of making it up as I went along and came out with what I think is kind of like a hybrid Hare's Ear/ Copper John. I'd appreciate any feedback or opinions on how to make it better. I tied a few in tan and dark hare's ear as well. Here's the recipe:
Hook: Umpqua... [ READ MORE... ]
Women in TU video- please share.
Trail mix? Chips? Granola bars? Gummy bears? Baby back ribs?
When you get hungry on the river, what's your go-to snack?
If you could be fishing anywhere right now, where would you be?
High in the Rockies? Waist-deep in a coastal steelhead stream? Sightfishing to enormous brown trout in New Zealand?
Kim Brannock was trail running along the Deschutes in Bend Ore. when she noticed a pool of water in a dewatered side channel. The pool was full of fish struggling to survive in the small pool of warm, de-oxygenated water.
Rather than sit idly by, Brannock decided to to what she could to help. This... [ READ MORE... ]
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If you could only fish dry flies, nymphs or streamers for the rest of your life, what would you choose? Why?
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A lot of us are gear hounds. We love our rods, our vests, pack and flies. They see a lot of abuse, and I often wonder what they'd say if they had a chance.
My favorite fly box, packed with four full leaves of nymphs would probably say "Help, I'm floating the down the Madison".