After building a livestock fence on Saturday and Sunday, Charlie and I sneeked out out this Memorial day to swing flies for Trout. We waded about a half mile of creek. The sun was bright but we managed to swing up a couple of little Browns. Greaseline Charlie…Is that what you call it? We had […]
(Editors Note) This is a nice video of a Single Spey cast by Greg Holt. For a well delivered singe Spey cast I prefer a rod that is a tad on the stiff side personally. The rod Greg is using in this particular Single Spey cast is a 14′ 5/6 Anglers Roost that he “hotrodded” […]
Figuring out how to a line your Spey rod with sink tips for Steelhead or Trout can be very confusing. It’s not. A common question I see on the internet is what kind of leader do I need to put on my sink tip for Steelhead, or something like that. Its very easy. It […]
1) Do not fully load the rod until you are beginning to pass the target on the sweep. Too many of us did not know when we were first learning how to do a single Spey cast. Loading the rod too early, such as right after you lift and begin your sweep causes erratic […]
Aerobatics (a portmanteau of aerial-acrobatics) is the practice of flying maneuvers involving attitudes that are not used in normal flight. This is some amazing footage of Atlantics and scenery! Another one for the bucket list. Brought to you by the crazy guys at Hooke, Thanks crazy guys.