As fly fishermen and women, we are particular about the packs we take to the water. Whether you're slaying the panfish in Little Sugar Creek or competing against grizzlies along the Kenai River, the right setup is essential for keeping your gear organized, protected and convenient. This is our breakdown on the many different styles of packs on the market today.
Amongst the rhododendrons in Appalachia, casting lanes can be hard to locate and are often not where the cover-comfortable fish hang out. Roll casts can help in some situations but you’ve gotten yourself into a tight spot and only a special cast can connect you to a fish that isn’t too far off the tip of your rod. However, you’ve read this article and have added a deadly accurate bow & arrow cast to your arsenal. Here are some tips for sticking more fish without “casting”.
Attacking a pond is like a therapy session. Once the truck is in park and your poles are in hand all the problems of the world drown underneath the orchestra of frogs. The familiar smell of sulfur fills the air with an aroma disliked by those living too fast and loved by us who like to feel the mud between our toes.