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Past Boxes: April

Past Boxes: April

Posted by on Apr 25, 2016 in Blog, Fly Fishing, Past Boxes | No Comments

Most trout water in the US is now open: finally! Congrats on making it through winter. As air and water temps continue to warm up, fish will become more and more active, so its time get out there and #WADEFORIT! If you’re chasing trout on some new water with this month’s box, try rigging the […]

How to Tie : JC’s Electric Caddis

How to Tie : JC’s Electric Caddis

This caddis nymph is a great imitation of free-living caddis found in water systems all across the United States. It can be tied in a variety of colors and sizes so experiment away. This pattern features the Heavy Metal tungsten bead head from our buddies at Flymen. Note: if you don’t have a UV light/epoxy […]

How To Become A Better Fly Angler Right Now

How To Become A Better Fly Angler Right Now

Posted by on Apr 19, 2016 in Fly Fishing, How To, Tips | No Comments

We’re in the business of helping you catch fish. Simple as that. We love the river life and drinking a cold one with a buddy, but at the end of the day, we want to hook into a monster. That’s why we ship out the best flies we can possibly find every month to your […]

How To Row Downriver Like A Guide (And Not Hit Every Rock)

How To Row Downriver Like A Guide (And Not Hit Every Rock)

Posted by on Apr 14, 2016 in Fly Fishing, How To, Uncategorized | No Comments

Paddling a drift boat, much like casting a fly rod, is a mix of skill and art. This beautiful craft has the power to deliver you to some of the best water on the river, all around the world. If the boat bug has sunken its teeth in you and you’re starting to get stoked […]

4 Spots You Need To Stop Overlooking On The River

4 Spots You Need To Stop Overlooking On The River

Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in Fly Fishing, How To, Tips | No Comments

You’ve put in a good day on the water; you’ve swapped flies, scouted new runs and you’ve even caught a few more than the guy across the river. Still though, there’s a tiny thought lodged in your reptilian angler brain that says you’re coming short. Sad truth is, you are. Most anglers know to hit […]

How To Make Your Old Fly Line Last One More Season

How To Make Your Old Fly Line Last One More Season

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Blog, Fly Fishing, How To | One Comment

Unlike monofilament, gas station sunglasses and the repaired seams on your favorite waders, fly line is designed to last longer than a single season. Eventually though, you have to accept the fact your cracking, coiled fly line is too old and finally retire the poor line. Before it’s time to bite that bullet and buy new […]