Swinging a San Juan worm So, I’m thinking of swinging a San Juan Worm since I’m in the midst of deciding what I’m gonna do with all these nymphs I have in my little fly box since I rarely nymph. Sure, I get all excited about nymphing and pick up a few store-bought offerings here and there, thinking […]
Untangle Our Oceans Discarded fishing nets and gear are some of the deadliest forms of plastic in our oceans. Every year, the amount of these grows by an estimated 640,000 tons. So we’re joining forces with Bureo, a dedicated team working with fishermen to prevent used nets from polluting our oceans and harming marine life.
Trout Tips: Choosing a rod These days, when even a modestly priced rod will set you back $350, it’s more important than ever to choose wisely. Whenever I rod shop, I’m reminded of that scene in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, when the traitor arrives in the Grail Room and is handed the false […]
OPINION: Fly Fishing “Brand Ambassadors” + Social Media – What Might They Be Doing to Your Fishery? The December 2017 American Angler cover photo is of Patrick Duke, a fishing guide in Colorado, presenting an impressive male brown trout, a trophy fish anyone would love to claim. The brown also has a noticeable beat up […]
There are no rules, other than It must be fun. It has to be a happy day. Dad needs to be in a good mood, the entire time. It’s like training a puppy. It’s not about demanding that the puppy obey, it’s more about building a bond and establishing a rapport with the puppy and […]