Never Stop Learning
One of the aspects of fly fishing that keeps me always challenged and entertained is that there is no shortage of things to learn from the sport. It is a great paradigm if you consider that it's an activity that is easy enough for anybody to learn to do their first day out but could take an entire lifetime to master. One thing I like to challenge myself with is always thinking outside the box. Just because the fish ate this fly in the same spot yesterday doesn't mean it will be the same tomorrow. Once you find something that works it might be the the time to change up. That may seem strange because once you find the right setup the natural reaction is to stick with that and catch the rest of the fish. Taking the risk of using a fly, for example, that you have never caught a fish on may unlock another door to what works and what doesn't.
Deer hair razors
Want a nice trim on your deer hair flies? Use a quality razor...
A Perfect Storm
Ever had a day where everything just comes togetherů..
Beginner Tying Class
Next beginner fly tying class starts March 5th
Been getting out in the spring weather? Here's what we know
Foam tying with Andrew Grillos
Had a blast tying foam flies for the class with Andrew Grillos
Private casting lessons with The Bozeman Angler
Getting after it
A few guided trips going out this last week.
Practice makes perfect, or close enough to perfect...
A few things I've noticed on the water this last week.