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  1. How to Choose the Right Fly Rod for Every Species

    How to Choose the Right Fly Rod for Every Species

    When it comes to fly fishing, having the right fly rod is crucial to your success. Choosing the right fly rod for a specific species can be tricky, with variables like the size of the fish, the size of the fly, and the fishery. We’ve made your search easier by creating a guide on how to choose the right fly rod for every species. While this list isn’t exhaustive, it should give you a general idea of what rods are appropriate for many popular target species. Read on to learn which rods should be considered for a wide variety of amazing fish.

  2. Best Saltwater Fly Reels of 2024

    Best Saltwater Fly Reels of 2024

    When it comes to saltwater fly fishing, having a reliable reel with a solid drag and quick line pickup is of the utmost importance. Choosing the right reel, however, can be tricky. With so many options available and prices ranging from under $200 to well above $1,000, it’s hard to know which reel will offer the best performance for the money. Today, we’ll share our list of the best saltwater fly reels of 2024, giving you some pros and cons for each reel, and the price. Hopefully, this list will help you weed through the countless options and make an informed buying decision. Whether you’re gearing up for a GT trip to the Seychelles, or just getting into saltwater fly fishing and looking for a reliable Bonefish reel, this list will help you pick the best fly reel for your specific needs.

  3. Turneffe Flats Fly Fishing Lodge Review

    Turneffe Flats Fly Fishing Lodge Review

    Turneffe Flats Lodge was founded over thirty years ago by Craig Hayes and has become known as one of the world’s finest saltwater fly fishing lodges. Located 20 miles off the coast of mainland Belize on Turneffe Atoll, this remote lodge offers remarkable angling for a diverse array of saltwater species and very little angling pressure. The exceptional health of this fishery is thanks in part to Turneffe Flats Lodge’s ongoing commitment to conservation and sustainability. The lodge is largely powered by solar panels and has championed conservation victories on the Atoll over several decades. Longtime guests of Turneffe Flats insist the fishery has gradually improved over the years, resulting in an even better experience for anglers and eco-tourists alike. Today, we’ll review Turneffe Flats Lodge from A to Z, highlighting important details like the fishing, the food, and the amenities. Keep reading to learn more about Turneffe Flats Lodge, and decide if this lodge is the right destination for your next saltwater fly fishing trip.

  4. Colorado Fly Fishing: Where To Fish In Colorado

    Colorado Fly Fishing: Where To Fish In Colorado

    The Centennial State offers up legendary fly fishing for trout fanatics, with seemingly endless amounts of public water to explore. Floatable freestone rivers, fabled tailwaters, high-alpine creeks, and stillwater to boot – Colorado has something to please any angler’s palette. To list every productive blue line in Colorado would take an entire book, but here we examine a handful of our favorite fisheries to help you prepare for an adventure out west.

  5. The 10 Best Flies For Early Season Trout

    The 10 Best Flies For Early Season Trout

    Trout fishing in the early season can be extremely productive with the right flies. In many regions, the spring offers unpressured trout, plus an opportunity to fish bigger flies than we might fish later in the year. Today we’ll share our top 10 favorite flies for early season trout fishing, and what makes them so effective.

  6. The Ultimate Argentina Fly Fishing Guide

    The Ultimate Argentina Fly Fishing Guide

    Argentina is a bucket-list destination for most anglers, and for good reason. The lack of fishing pressure, the quality of fisheries, and the inviting Argentine culture make this country one of the best fly fishing destinations in the world. Options seem endless in Argentina, with dozens of lodges and outfitters, and catchable species ranging from wild Brook Trout to behemoth Golden Dorado. Additionally, picking the best time to fish in Argentina can be confusing, especially when considering factors such as weather, spawning cycles, and river flows. When it comes to planning the perfect Argentina adventure, having experienced travel planners in your corner becomes invaluable.

  7. Top 10 MUST HAVE Flies for the Bahamas

    Top 10 MUST HAVE Flies for the Bahamas

    Discover the top 10 essential flies every angler needs when fly fishing in The Bahamas! From Bonefish to Tarpon, we’ve got you covered with the best selections for a successful trip. Dive in and get ready to enhance your Bahamas fly fishing experience!

  8. Georgia Fly Fishing: Where to Fish in Georgia

    Georgia Fly Fishing: Where to Fish in Georgia

    Many associate Georgia with the Masters, World of Coke, peaches, college football, the Atlanta Metro Area’s traffic, and the World’s Busiest Airport. Some great fly fishing opportunities lie beneath the backdrop of skyscrapers, suburban sprawl, and industrial farming. Most of the fly fishing the Peach State offers is within a short striking distance of a major metro area with over six million people.

  9. Top 8 Best Flies for Pike

    Top 8 Best Flies for Pike

    Pike are toothy predators that enjoy feeding on large meals in Lake, Pond, and River settings. These fish feed aggressively and are a lot of fun to catch on a fly rod. A lot of Pike fishing is done in shallow water which makes spotting and tempting these fish a visual game. Bright streamers, large crustaceans, and even an amphibian or two comprise the diet of these large freshwater fish. Read on to find out which flies are the best for Pike plus videos, photos, and other resources to help you compile the best Pike gear in the industry.

  10. The Top Flies for Pacific Salmon

    The Top Flies for Pacific Salmon

    Pacific Salmon are loads of fun to catch on a fly rod. Whether you’re targeting Silvers in Alaska or King Salmon on a Great Lakes Tributary, these fish are incredibly strong and can be tricky to fool. Many anglers adopt a swinging approach when targeting Salmon with a fly rod and two-handed Spey fishing is a great tactic. A lot of the flies listed below are streamers that are particularly productive when swung. That being said, Salmon can also be fooled using dead-drift techniques so we’ve included some egg flies, too. Read on to find out which flies are the best for Pacific Salmon.

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