• DIY fly fishing in New Zealand-trip of a lifetime

    So you want to go to New Zealand and catch the biggest brown of your life on a small dry in crystal clear water. That’s what brought me to New Zealand and so many other anglers. It’s a trip of a lifetime for most anglers and is defiantly the worlds best brown trout fishery. There […]

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  • Fly fishing the twizel canals – Looking for a trout of a lifetime

    When most people think of fly-fishing in New Zealand they think of clear back country streams and big browns coming up slowly to eat small drys on the surface. That is definitely what brought me to New Zealand, but after doing some research I kept finding pictures of these ridiculously huge trout found on the […]

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  • Trophy Northern Pike Fishing in Canada – chasing pike on the fly

    There is nothing like watching a trophy northerns chase your twelve inch fly from out of the bank, open it’s giant mouth and inhale your fly. They can grow up to 50 inches and weight almost 40 pounds and are extremely aggressive fish. I still remember my first pike trip and how it changed my […]

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    Winter Fly fishing in Colorado- Tail water fly fishing

    Some of the most productive days I’ve ever had fly fishing has been in the middle of the winter. While most anglers are inside tying flies, or not thinking of fishing at all. Growing up in the mountains of colorado, I spent a lot of my winters chasing trout on many of the tail water […]

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  • Fly Fishing Techniques for Trout – how to improve your skills

    The sound of the river splashing its way through the mountains on a beautiful spring morning, the sight of a trout rising in the distance and the sweet smell of that morning dew. These are all a part of this wonderful sport of fly fishing and something that we all get to look forward too […]

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    Fly Fishing Gear for Beginners – picking the right equipment

    Picking out fly fishing gear for beginners can be fairly intimidating, their is a lot of equipment that goes into flyfishing, the rods, the reels, the flies, and the accessories, but taking the time to do a little research can go along away in setting yourself up for success. If you have ever seen an […]

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