Number 16 in the “Little Red Book of Fly Fishing” podcast series where I review fly fishing tips in parallel to the current Winter Trout Stocking Season in our area. This week it’s tips 62 through 69! Tip 62: Negatives and PositivesTip 63: When in Doubt (Set the Hook)Tip 64: No Clear IndicationTip 65: First… [read more]
Number 11 in the “Little Red Book of Fly Fishing” podcast series where I review fly fishing tips in preparation for the upcoming Trout Stocking Season. This week it’s fly fishing tips 41 through 45! Tip 41: What Spooks TroutTip 42: The Hard Splashdown Isn’t BadTip 43: Make the First Cast CountTip 44: Time Your… [read more]
Number 10 in the “Little Red Book of Fly Fishing” podcast series where I review fly fishing tips in preparation for the upcoming Trout Stocking Season. This week it’s fly fishing tips 37 through 40! Tip 37: Remove the ShacklesTip 38: Lose the Tailing LoopTip 39: Fish Like a SnakeTip 40: Will Your Casts Do… [read more]
Number 5 in the ongoing “Little Red Book of Fly Fishing” podcast series where I review fly fishing tips in preparation for the upcoming Trout Stocking Season. This week it’s fly fishing tips 21 through 24! Tip 21: Water LoadTip 22: Let the Current Do the WorkTip 23: Roll’em EasyTip 24: Saving a Stroke Do… [read more]
For a change of pace, decided to checkout the Waterfall Pool at the local pond. Normally catch little Sunfish, Bluegill, and the occasional Bass. Brought the two-piece Micro Fly Rod and started fishing a Near Deere with the Corq Strike Indicator, but switched back to the Line Strike Indicator… fish seemed to be distracted from… [read more]
This video answers the mail – a YouTube Viewer requested we show the hand hold we used in the video One Rod, No Reel. The intent of the One Rod, No Reel was to show quality fly line was more important than the fly reel, and the suggestion was to focus more on a quality… [read more]
Throw back Wednesday to celebrate “Hump Day” and get us through the midweek blues… how about a catch and cook of trout we caught last season? Froze the trout in ice, and they stayed as fresh as the day we caught them last Winter. Used a Rubber Legged Near Deere to get them to strike!… [read more]
Details on the rig we like to use when fishing Denison Dam… as well as other tailraces. Simple setup that can be changed and/or replaced quickly. Materials: Snap Swivel Hook Launcher Float: https://amzn.to/2NACWal Sinker – 50 lbs mono and 12 lbs mono
TBT to Allen’s Old Stone Dam. Have not fished the dam in some time although we have checked out the area and its improvements recently. Liking the bridge, bank reinforcements, and expanded trails. Been itching to fish it for awhile… able to do so yesterday. After a little tweaking of the pattern and searching spots,… [read more]
Short video of a quick trip to Duck Creek Linear Park while on the daily commute. Brought the two piece micro fly rod and the Foam Spider and Scud Tandem Rig to work the section nearest the bridge. Key take aways this round: There are Bass, nice Bass in the area but water is clear… [read more]
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