Avoid the temptation to use one or the other — use both a brown and grizzly hackle stem for patterns that call for them
Let kids come to fly fishing at their own pace
Tying a great Hare’s Ear variant, thanks to the creativity of Matt Callies of Loon Outdoors.
Bigger fish will often lie in hard-to-reach habitat.
The venerable Pheasant Tail Nymph turns up in most fly boxes, as it should. It’s a buggy pattern, and the iridescence of the peacock herl tied in as the bug’s abdomen always seems to draw trout to this classic fly. Over the years, the patterns has evolved somewhat, thanks largely to the introduction of synthetic … Read more
Tying an extended-body fly … with ease
Watch as Tim Flagler ties the simple, yet elegant, Chuck Caddis
For backcountry anglers, now is the time to make sure your gear is ready
Tying the Shiney Hiney Caddis Pupa
The effort to restore Gila trout in their native range continues to move forward