Fly Life Magazine

Browsing the "trout fishing" Tag

E pluribus unum – “Out of many, one.” – The Sulfur Comparadun

Some flies, like this Sulphur Comparadun are only difficult to tie because of segmenting symmetry. It takes practice to get abdomen and thorax right. [...]

June 7, 2019 At The Vise, FEATURE STORY, Fly Tying, Slide

Rainbows being given the boot

Every spring, cutthroat and rainbow trout mingling in the South Fork spawn batches of fry that hybridize into what is called a cuttbow. [...]

May 20, 2019 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

Huge-Fly-Fisherman knows bugs

"Huge Fly Fisherman" is a funny guy with smarts he can't really hide, but that's perfect - subscribe to his channel and learn a bit. [...]

April 24, 2019 RECENT, Slide

Industry News: RIO’s indicator has a buzz going

Every angler from New Zealand to Kamchatka; Maine to Patagonia, the Pyrenees to Ponoi has flustered over indicators. Does RIO have it? [...]

April 4, 2019 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Is Schwiebert’s “Matching the Hatch” always best?

Making trout eat what we put on their fast-food menu, and they seem to be gorging on, often gets refused. Why is that? Throw the list away. [...]

March 4, 2019 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Tales of Hemingway, trout, and Wyoming

Compared to Hemingway’s other travels so frequently used in writing backdrops, Hemingway’s excursions in Wyoming seem under-covered. [...]

February 14, 2019 RECENT, Slide

What’s in your “Pack?”

Fly fishing the saltwater or fresh, having access to changeout things like tippets, short shooting head fly lines, flies, and tools are essential. [...]

February 1, 2019 FEATURE STORY, Slide, Tips & Tactics

Twin Rivers Cottages – Mataura River – Gore, New Zealand

The Mataura has the highest brown trout population and catch rates of any New Zealand river and is famous for its superb mayfly hatches. [...]

January 7, 2019 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Fuel spill and train derailment on hallowed Delaware River

The train that spilled diesel fuel into the Delaware River was also carrying sulfuric acid, radioactive soils, and nonradioactive contaminated soil. [...]

August 13, 2018 Conservation, News, RECENT, Slide

At The Vise: Morrish Mouse

While there are a ton of great mouse patterns out there, the Morrish Mouse is tried and true and is a pretty easy tie. [...]

August 6, 2018 At The Vise, RECENT, Slide, Tips & Tactics