Category Archives : Fly News


Picking the Right Fly

The first step in picking the right fly, is having it in your fly box. There’s nothing more frustrating than watching a 20″+ brute rising to a hatch, only to find out you don’t have the right fly in your box. Luckily we can help with the Match the Hatch subscription. We will send you […]

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Spring Dry Fly Action

The temperature is rising and the bugs (and trout) are starting to get active. Spring is one of the best times of the year for fly fishermen. For most of the country, trout are moving out of “winter lockjaw” and into spring feeding mode. While you can certainly catch trout over winter (assuming you are […]


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Hello fly fisher folks! We hope you have had a GREAT year, as we have. We are now offering a one time special to PRE-ORDER the popular www.MonthlyFly.com GIFT package with a HUGE fly bonus. Package includes a TACKY fly box, Little Nippers multi-tool, and a whole bunch of flies, complete with a gift message […]


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Joe’s Tip of the Week, Safe Wading

  Safe wading. Sounds simple enough, but is it? I have watched the fly fishing community experience a huge boom in the last few years. More and more anglers are making the switch to fly fishing. I was fortunate enough to start trout fishing at the age of 3. My dad grew up fishing the […]


Fishing High Stained Water, Part 2

    You can catch fish in high, stained water. It just might take some trial and error to hone in on what the trout are feeding on. Remember that as it rains, the runoff will flush a smorgasbord of food into the rivers and streams allowing for a buffet style eatery for the trout. […]

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Fishing High and Stained Waters

  Fishing high, stained water can be very rewarding. If you have not tried it, you might be missing out. As spring approaches and the rains pick up, most of the rivers around me will be running high and stained. When I started fishing, I thought if it was raining or the river was running […]


Winter Trout Fishing

  For me, winter time fishing is a time of solitude. There are fewer fishermen pressuring the trout, but the trout are still there and still feeding. As I get older, this is the time of year I look forward to most. I can hit well known rivers with no one in sight instead of […]

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Fly Fishing Gear

Choosing a Rod

Choosing your first fly rod can be a daunting task. There are so many variables, materials, and price points. It can actually be one of the biggest barriers to new anglers. We’ve discussed choosing lines and leaders in the past, so it’s time for a post about picking a rod. There are a couple of […]


Fall Run Brown Trout

Fall is a wonderful time of year. The temperature has dipped to chilly but bearable levels, the leaves are turning, college football has started, and the brown trout fishing is phenomenal. Most people are aware of steelhead and salmon runs, but you probably didn’t know brown trout make a fall spawning run as well. Large […]

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The How and Why of the Strip Strike-Capt Dave Edens 1

This post is originally from Captain Dave Eden’s site Fly Cast Charters. Check it out for more saltwater fly fishing tips and techniques or to schedule a trip. Be sure to follow our Saltwater Facebook Page for future updates regarding our Saltwater Subscription. The How and Why of the Strip Strike Early in January, I […]