Tag Archives : monthly fly box


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 […]


Joe’s Tip of the Week, Where to Find Trout as the Mercury Rises

    Have you had trouble finding fish this summer with record heat? You might be asking yourself where the fish went. Did they get caught and kept? Did they move out of the area? Was there a fish kill? These are questions that fellow fly fishermen across the United States might have been asking themselves […]


Joe’s Tip of the Week, Mono VS. Fluoro

No matter what fly fishing shop you go into or search online, there is always a huge selection of leaders and tippets on a large display case. If you’re new to fly fishing, looking at that giant rack can be a bit overwhelming with various manufacturers, types of leaders and tippet, and prices easily ranging […]


Joe’s Tip of the Week, Drake Hatches Part 2

    In my previous article I wrote about the four, most common Drake Hatches: the Green Drake, Dark Green Drake, Brown Drake and the Yellow Drake. Depending on where in the United States you are located, this could be a sign of great fishing or the end to spring/summer time fishing as the water […]


Fish Don’t Care – Basic Gear for Fly Fishing

  Fish Don’t Care – Basic Gear for Fly Fishing                                                The fish don’t care what rod or reel you’re using. The fish don’t care what brand your waders are. The fish don’t […]


Stop Thinking About Trying Fly Fishing and JUST DO IT!

  Stop Thinking About Trying Fly Fishing and JUST DO IT! Don’t wait to start fly fishing anymore! With winter weather in the rearview and temperatures all over the country starting to finally tick upwards, now is the time to get that fly rod you always wanted and start practicing for the anticipated trout season […]


Don’t Forget Your Fly Rod on Spring Break

  Don’t Forget Your Fly Rod on Spring Break With Spring Break quickly approaching there are many people out there who will be traveling during the months of March and April either for college spring break or adults bringing their children on a nice vacation.  The one thing i urge you not to do is […]