The Recycled Fish Big Creek Hardwater Open presented by Scheels returned to Central Iowa in 2013 after warm weather and unsafe ice conditions led to a cancellation in 2012. Congratulations to the teams and anglers that emerged on at the top of the 2013 event!
Recycled Fish is moving forward as scheduled with the Okoboji Hardwater Open, being held on West Lake Okoboji, Little Emerson Bay, January 7-8, 2011.
How about beefing up your arsenal and supporting stewardship of our waters at the same time? Thanks to Hill’s Discount Flies, DICK’S Sporting Goods and other friends of the cause, we are hosting daily eBay auctions from June 15 – July 15. Every day we’ll feature a different package of 30 premium quality, hand tied […]
Story By: “OldBaldGuy,” of the NEFGA and FAOL online forums. “There’s more b.s. in fly fishing than in the average Kansas feedlot.” –Lefty Kreh Maybe you’ve been thinking about giving fly fishing a try, but don’t know what you need? Maybe you have an old fly rod you inherited or picked up somewhere sitting unused […]
BY JOHN BERRY John Berry is a fly fishing guide in Cotter, Arkansas. He has fished Northern Arkansas streams for over twenty five years. These tips will help fly anglers on heavily pressured trout streams, but can be adapted to the high-pressure fishing situations we encounter these days for many species. The majority of my […]
Wow! What a night at the Seattle Aquarium. If you joined us at this first-ever Recycled Fish Searun Cutthroat Fly Fishing Summit, thanks! We bet you’ll enjoy this recap, along with our photos of the evening. We’d love to hear from you – here’s some early feedback! Many thanks to Teeg, Anil, Les, Leland and […]
Fly Fishing: Chironomids 101 David Kuttner Chironomid fishing can definitely be daunting when first trying to figure out how to fish them effectively, but more often than not, they are the primary food source for stillwater fish and thus present a larger “window of opportunity” for the stillwater flyfisherman. As such, it pays off big […]
It’s not just the fly fisherman who has a shot at those exciting brook trout that inhabit the small, clear streams that are so inviting on warm summer days, or as fall brings explosions of color to the trees. In this article, find out clever ways to fool brookies using conventional spinning gear.
The White Mountains of Arizona: Apache Trout and More By Mark Williams I can’t believe I am telling you about this place. When I first heard about undiscovered trout streams running clear and cold through aspen forests in a state more associated with scorpions scooting around in hot deserts, I called my brother-in-law Kenny and […]
Anglers who have pursued the searun cutthroat trout know that they are a powerful, acrobatic, spirited fish which can seem as gullible one day as wily the next. Unique to the Pacific Northwest, these fish have experienced nearly devastating population decline in decades past, but thanks to conservation efforts, they’re back in force, offering a […]