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  1. How to Tie Ray's Fly Pattern

    How to Tie Ray's Fly Pattern
    Ray's Fly is another saltwater streamer pattern that can be used in a variety of angling scenarios. A perfect imitation of smaller baitfish, this pattern is deadly on a host of saltwater species. Again, this pattern can be tweaked and tied with different colors depending on what species of baitfish you're trying to imitate. Watch Jared deliver step-by-step instructions to tie the Ray's Fly.
  2. How to Tie the Rump Shaker Fly

    How to Tie the Rump Shaker Fly
    The Rump Shaker is a Redfish fly that's really designed to imitate a fleeing shrimp (although fish eat it as a crab or a baitfish, too). This fly has a great profile in the water and moves a lot of water to attract large Redfish when the water is 1-3 feet deep. Jared has thrown a weed guard on this version to make it a perfect fly for the Louisiana marsh, the coast of Texas, or anywhere else you're likely to find Redfish in shallow water conditions. Learn how to tie this modern Redfish fly including step-by-step instructions, a materials list, and more.
  3. How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Pike/Musky

    How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Pike/Musky
    Pike and Musky are some of the most aggressive fish in freshwater. They're tons of fun to catch on a fly rod and offer the freshwater angler a chance at a 40+ inch fish. That being said, the big ones are tough to fool. Choosing the right gear helps increase your chances of success on the water. If you're wondering which fly line is the best for the job, read on for recommendations. Plus, other resources including which fly rod and which fly reel are best for Pike/Musky fishing.
  4. How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Pacific Salmon

    How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Pacific Salmon
    We've already talked about choosing the best fly rod for Salmon and the best fly reel for Salmon. Those posts are important for first time Salmon anglers and provide valuable insight into which fly rods/reels are the best tools for the job. In an effort to round out our species-centered blog posts, this post will help you choose the right fly line for Pacific Salmon with tips, line recommendations, and more. Read on to find out which fly line works best for you.
  5. How to Tie The Batman Redfish Fly Pattern

    How to Tie The Batman Redfish Fly Pattern
    The Batman Fly is an easy pattern to tie and works well when targeting tailing Redfish in a variety of scenarios. This fly has great movement in the water and works well for cruising fish or tailing fish. Plus, if you see a Black Drum or a Sheepshead while searching for Redfish, this is a great pattern to throw at them, too. Tune in as Jared shows you the necessary steps to tie this simple saltwater crab pattern.
  6. How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Steelhead

    How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Steelhead
    We’ve already talked about choosing the best fly rod for Steelhead and the best fly reel for Steelhead. These posts are important if you’re a first-time Steelhead angler. They can also help anglers who are purchasing new gear determine which rods/reels fit their casting style and angling technique. And, to round out our species-centered blog posts about Steelhead, this post will help you choose the right fly line. Read on to find out which fly line is best for targeting Steelhead with a single-handed rod.
  7. COVID-19 Fly Fishing Destination Travel Update

    COVID-19 Fly Fishing Destination Travel Update
    In an effort to provide the traveling angler with current up-to-date information regarding travel restrictions due to COVID-19, we've decided to do some research and put together a destination travel guide. Below you'll find current status updates, relevant restrictions, booking recommendations, and more for popular fly fishing destinations around the world. If we omitted your favorite destination, drop us a comment below and we'll add it.
  8. How to Tie Bob Popovics' Bulkhead Deceiver Fly

    How to Tie Bob Popovics' Bulkhead Deceiver Fly
    The Bulkhead Deceiver features a thick profile for commotion and movement in the water. This pattern is an improvement on Bob Popovics' Bucktail Deceiver. This iteration adds thickness, depth, and allows the fly to push more water to attract predatory fish from long distances. Bob Popovics ties many famous baitfish patterns for saltwater fish including Striped Bass and more. Tune in as Jared takes you through the necessary steps to tie a great pattern for a variety of scenarios.
  9. How to Tie a Surface Seducer Double Barrel Popper Fly

    How to Tie a Surface Seducer Double Barrel Popper Fly
    This surface popper is a stellar fly for predatory fish looking for a large meal. Bass are ambush feeders which means you can get their attention pretty easily with a large fly that moves a lot of water. This frog-like imitation is a great way to target Bass that are layed up in shallow water or Bass that are feeding in weed beds. This fly is tons of fun to tie and is a must-have for all you Bass fly anglers out there. Tune in as Jared teaches how to tie the Surface Seaducer Double Barrel Popper with step-by-step instructions and more.
  10. How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Small Streams

    How to Choose the Best Fly Line for Small Streams
    Choosing a fly line for a 3wt or a 4wt fly rod can be difficult. Small stream fly rods allow anglers to present flies delicately, navigate brushy streams, and hike into remote fisheries. Creek fishing also encourages anglers to explore their local waters and puts an emphasis on exploration and adventure instead of trophy fish. Small water angling helps anglers slow down, enjoy the outdoors, and catch wild (and native) fish. If you’re wondering which fly line to partner with your favorite small stream rod, you’ve come to the right place.

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