Nymph Masters; Fly Fishing Secrets from Expert Anglers’, has sold the fIrst printing in five weeks!! There will be a slight delay until the second printing becomes available in mid June.
Trout Sense; A Fly Fisher’s Guide to What Trout See, Hear and Smell’, has been unavailable since the first printing sold out, but I’ve just learned from the Publisher that a second printing is on the way and should be out soon.
Finally! and thanks for your patience. ‘Nymph Masters; Fly Fishing Secrets from Expert Anglers’, has reached the Distribution Center and is shipping out to fill pre-release sales.
Tune in to the May issue of American Angler for the featured article ‘Secrets to Success; 10 Fly Fishing Habits that will Improve Your Game’. By fishing with ten of the top nymph anglers in fly fishing, I learned a lot about nymph fishing, but I also noticed a lot of similar habits that propelled them…
The Fly Fishing Show starts in Denver on January 6th, 2017!! Classes are still available- there’s a few openings for Advanced Nymph Fishing on Friday and Wet Flies on Saturday. Sign up on line to up your game for next year.
Nymph Masters: Fly Fishing Secrets from Expert Anglers will be delayed in publication due to logistic problems. The release date, originally set for January will be pushed back about six weeks until mid February. For a book almost three years in the making, a few more weeks is no big deal. Sharing nymph fishing secrets…
Tune in to the next issue of American Angler for ‘Reading Riffles’, to get the most out of fishing riffles! This article covers not only where to fish in riffles but also how to fish to get the most out of every riffle opportunity.
Badger Fly Fisher’s Spring Opener is set for February 11th, 2017. Come enjoy a full and fun day, complete with evening banquet!
While pocket water often holds the nicest fish of the day, it also creates a big challenge for the angler. The currents in pocket water are complex, with multidirectional flow- the water may be moving in opposite directions in layers separated vertically by only a few inches. This chaos of current requires angling adjustments to…
It happens all the time, nearly every time I fish- refusals. A trout slashes at my fly, but seems to miss. Or a trout turns to look at my fly, perhaps even floating beneath my dry fly, but chooses not to eat it. It’s certainly a disappointment as your heart sinks, but how and when…