Fly fishing

  • Fishing

    Tip – hatch basics

    To be able to make the most out of your fishing, it is a good idea to learn at least the basics about bugs. Insect hatches are on their way, if they haven’t started already in your area, so take some time to learn about the hatches where trout gorge themselves and hopefully eat your…

  • Partnerships

    Celebrating a dream come true in North Carolina

    There was abundant sunshine, bluegrass, barbeque and 300 fly fishing enthusiasts that gathered to celebrate the grand opening of one of the nicest fly shops you’ll ever see—and the only one I’ve ever seen with a built-in bar—the new Brookings Fly Shop in Cashiers, N.C. If you’re reading this, then you are probably one of…

  • Headwaters

    TU Costa 5 Rivers Club Spotlight: Appalachian State

    The art of fly fishing is rapidly spreading to young men and women thanks to the dedication of the Appalachian State University fly fishing club.

    TU Costa 5 Rivers Club Spotlight: Appalachian State Appalachian State CU Boulder Fort Lewis College Bucknell University Sewanee: The University of the South Washington and Lee University Advancing as anglers on and off the water In the town of Boone, North Carolina, there is something special happening. The art of fly fishing is rapidly spreading…

  • Fishing Trout Talk

    Tip – Lake fishing

    Runoff is in full swing across much of the west making our typical fishing outings on rivers tough and potentially dangerous. Simon Gawesworth with Far Bank Fly Fishing School walks us through how to find fish in a lake, gear, casts, retrieves and how to fish different flies. Give this video a watch and then…

  • Fishing Trout Talk

    Tip – Dry fly fishing

    Tom Rosenbauer teaches us a bit more about dry fly fishing, which is many anglers’ favorite method of fishing. There's nearly nothing better than an active trout eating dries. He goes over when to fish with dry flies in terms of times of year, when aquatic or terrestrial insects are present and then what to…