Monday, February 04, 2019

How to Make Iced-Up Fly Rod Guides a Thing of the Past

Click on picture to learn how to keep ice off your guides during winter fly fishing.
Article by Dan Zazworsky from The Wade.

Saturday, February 02, 2019

Keeping it Clean

It's winter time and cabin fever has set in. There is no better time than now to clean up your fly tying table and tie some flies for the upcoming season. 

Click on picture for Gink + Gasoline's article "Keeping it Clean" to learn how.   

Orvis Fly Fishing Video Lessons


Check out Orvis Fly Fishing Video Lessons narrated by Tom Rosenbauer. What a great way to learn fly fishing as a beginner, brush up on old tactics or learn new ones. There is an advanced tactics video section too. Very cool. 

Those wondering who Tom Rosenbauer is, Tom is a fly fishing mentor and author who currently works and resides in the Manchester, Vermont area. He has published books for Orvis, which he has been with for over 30 years. Rosenbauer is also the host of the Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast which has been syndicated on the Internet since April 2008.

On business travel, I like to listen to Tom's Orvis Fly Fishing Podcasts. It has helped me learn new tactics and remember some old ones I forgot about. He has guest speakers who have made a name for themselves in the fly fishing industry. 

If you want to listen to Tom's podcasts on your iPhone for free, follow the steps below. 


Go to your App Store on your iphone. 
Download "Apple Podcasts"


Open Podcast and type in Orvis. 
Click on Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast. 
Download what you want to listen to.  


Cleaning the Ferrules of Your Fly Rod

It's winter and fishing is slow. Now is the best time to take out your fly fishing rods
and give it a good cleaning. Click picture to learn how.

Also, click here to learn how to clean your fly line. 

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Fly Fishing for Carp with Mulberry Flies


Click here to follow this sweet and juicy attack plan 
to catch huge carp on the fly.

Northern Exposure

What a great film! The Brookies that Chase and Aimee catch in Maine are huge. 
Grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy.