Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Spider Fishing

Spider Fishing

Published in: Members ArticlesSpider fishing Spider fishing's tradition goes back century's.  The origins of the simple north country spider wet fly pattern – often referred to as the ‘soft hackle’ fly – can be traced back to early 19th Century Yorkshire, when descriptions appeared in an 1807 manuscript by Ilkley farmer John Swarbrick.  But it…
Fishing the Blackwater

Fishing the Blackwater

Published in: Members ArticlesFishing the Blackwater When I finally convinced my wife to move to the country it was incredibly difficult to keep myself from jumping for joy, not at the prospect of peace and quiet nor the thought of building a new house, but because I was about to pull off the masterplan!  We…
Teaching Fly Fishing

Teaching Fly Fishing

Published in: Members ArticlesTeaching Fly Fishing  Find an Instuctor Author Chris Hauge Teaching! I like to call it  "Loading the clients tool box up with casts that catch fish."  I teach a wide variety of client's in single and double handed fly casting. Clients vary from total beginners, intermediate casters, advanced casters, clients training to…
'Pon my soul

Pon my soul: Fly fishing for whopping tarpon in the Florida Keys

Published in: Members Articles‘Pon my soul Initially fly fishing in Cuba, Trinidad & Tobago (my homeland) and other islands, introduced me to the splendor of Tarpon.  Tarpon are just so exhilarating, they’re extremely acrobatic and test your tackle, line and knots to the very limit. To coin a phrase “I was hooked” and after many…
King Salmon

Getting it Down, Sinking The Fly

What I am going to propose to the readers here may or may not be a new concept to you. You may have read...

How to Tie a Palomar Knot

The Palomar knot is very simple and perfect for tying on flies and hooks. It ranks alongside the Trilene knot as the strongest knot for attaching a fly to a tippet.
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