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Past Boxes: April Trout Box

Past Boxes: April Trout Box

Posted by on May 8, 2015 in Blog, Past Boxes | 8 Comments

After what seemed like an eternal winter, spring has showed up across the country. Fish are starting to become more active, bugs are starting to hatch and beers are starting to fill coolers. Its about time! In April’s monthly fly box we featured some super creative and effective trout patterns like the Twilight Caddis and the […]

5 Tips to Better GoPro Videos

5 Tips to Better GoPro Videos

Posted by on May 4, 2015 in Blog, How To | No Comments

You have a GoPro, you know the basics of how to use it but want to take your videos to the next level. This is what I went through for awhile,  I thought I got some rad shots but when I sat down at the computer to go through the film.. it was very, just, […]

Past Boxes: March Trout

Past Boxes: March Trout

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Blog, Past Boxes | 2 Comments

This is one of our favorite trout boxes we’ve sent to date! We managed to get our hands on 14 seriously buggy trout patterns that will do some real damage this spring. In the first week after the box was sent we had members send in photos of fish caught on the Extended Body BWO, ICU Midge, […]

Fly Talk

Fly Talk

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in Blog | 2 Comments

Looking to get into fly fishing but confused by all the terminology that surrounds the fly?  Dry, wet, emerger, terrestrial, nypmh, streamer…the list goes on and can make it difficult to know what/when/how to fish certain situations for a new fly fisherman or woman. Believe it or not, this is actually a science called Entomology (bug […]

Past Boxes: February Trout

Past Boxes: February Trout

Posted by on Mar 12, 2015 in Blog, Past Boxes | One Comment

Our February trout box was loaded with 15 trout fly patterns to help shake off the winter blues and get you ramped up for spring! Whether you are fishing small streams for native brookies, or tailwater rivers for big beautiful browns and rainbows, we’ve got you covered! One of our favorites from this box is the Better […]

Past Boxes: January Trout

Past Boxes: January Trout

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015 in Blog, Past Boxes | 2 Comments

Winter has set it hard here in New England over the past 3-4 weeks! At least one day a month we can check the mail and think about spring. Here is one of our January trout monthly fly boxes, packed with fish food that you can get out and try now, and some to stock […]

5 Valentine’s Day Fly Fishing Gift Ideas

5 Valentine’s Day Fly Fishing Gift Ideas

Posted by on Feb 12, 2015 in Blog | No Comments

Its that time of the year again folks. For most women, its Christmas, again. For most men, its a day where you pay $25 a stem for roses and make a last minute jewelry purchase that if your lucky, draws a smile out of your better half, then quickly makes its way into whatever jewelry graveyard […]

Past Boxes: December Trout

Past Boxes: December Trout

Posted by on Feb 2, 2015 in Blog, Past Boxes | One Comment

Here is one of our trout fly boxes that went out in December. During the colder months we focus more on smaller size nymphs, worms, streamers and a few very small emerger and dry patterns. We have had some really great success doubling up the Eggi Juan Kenobi and the Bead Head Bloody Mary Nymph […]

8 Blogs Every Fly Angler Should be Reading

8 Blogs Every Fly Angler Should be Reading

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015 in Blog | 12 Comments

Finding blogs with content suited for your level of engagement in fishing can be challenging. Knowing where to start can be more difficult. This post lays out our favorite blogs (in no particular order) with content ranging from advice, to fishing tales, to general banter and current events. Use this post as a starting point […]

Fly Fishing. How to Start.

Fly Fishing. How to Start.

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in Blog | 10 Comments

When entering fly fishing, many new anglers can become quickly surprised with the overwhelming amount of terminology and gear within the sport. That’s in addition to the assumption that it’s a very costly sport. This information overload with often lead to feelings of anxiety, eventually leading to these new anglers to give up the sport […]