Learn The Fly Fishing Basics and How to Fly Fish!




The Two Fly Setup

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Fly fishing involves many different techniques that can be used to catch that spooky little trout in your local waters.  From the basic dry, nymph, or streamer fishing techniques to more advanced Czech and French nymphing options, there are a vast amount of ways to land your next fish.  When you’re first starting out learning how to fly fish, you’ll mostly likely start with attaching just one fly to the end of your tippet.  But what would happen it you add a second?  Today I’m going to explain the two fly setup, also known as a tandem fly setup, for fly fishing. [Read more…]

Fly Casting Lesson – Basic Fly Cast

While we’re all stuck at home these days, and even in times when we aren’t, there are a few ways to practice your fly fishing without traveling to a destination. Learning and improving your basic fly cast is one of those ways.

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Taking Up Fly Fishing – 5 Basic Tips for Fly Fishing Beginners

Post Updated: January 13, 2020

Guest Post By Carl Richardsson

We’re ecstatic that you’re starting your journey into the world of fly fishing. It’s the type of sport that can become a lot of things in your life. A simple hobby, an addiction, or a life long pursuit. It can be simple, or it can become quirky and nuanced. It’s whatever you allow it to be, but regardless of what shape it takes in your life, it’s a beautiful sport, and we hope this short article and infographic designed by RecVets helps you get started. [Read more…]

Fly Fishing Leader and Tippet: What, Why and How

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One of the many items you probably have seen while browsing online or local fly shops is a great wall of leader and tippet material.  There’s a lot of it out there.  Just what is a leader and how does tippet come into the equation though.  In this post I’m here to answer your questions and concerns about fly fishing leader and tippet materials. [Read more…]

I Need Your Help

Something exciting is in the works and I’m reaching out to my great audience to solicit some help.

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