From Skagit lines and sink tips to floating scandi lines

A few tips for Spey fishermen who are transitioning from winter steelhead and trout fishing in colder water temperatures that require casting heavy Skagit lines, heavy sink tips, and weighted flies to spey casting for summer steelhead and, or trout in warmer water temperatures with smaller flies. Scandi lines are very light, rear weighted, and…Continue reading From Skagit lines and sink tips to floating scandi lines

Best fly fishing Combo under $100 may be the best fly rod combo under $200 update 9/15/19

Update: My new favorite Rod!   Not that I go around trying every inexpensive fly fishing combo in the world in order to find the very best possible, but I do think I’ve found a winner.  Watch the following video to see why I like the Cortland Fairplay fly fishing outfit. Last Summer I picked…Continue reading Best fly fishing Combo under $100 may be the best fly rod combo under $200 update 9/15/19

A Skagit and Spey Casting tips, tricks, basics, and Essentials Video featuring Mike!

My Buddy Mike and I returned to one of our favorite rivers last weekend. A few years ago at this time of year we did alright on a different stretch of river, each landing a nice Steelhead. Catching Steelhead has a nice way of taking the pain out of the frozen blocks of ice that…Continue reading A Skagit and Spey Casting tips, tricks, basics, and Essentials Video featuring Mike!