March is coming to a close, and it’s not going out like a lamb. After a month of cold, things have started to warm up over the past few days (“warm” being in the upper 40s and low 50s), but it’s going to get cold again this weekend. To kick off your Friday, here’s our selection for this week: 4 videos and an article. Pour yourself an extra cup of coffee and enjoy!
Stumped for some ideas at the vice this week? The hope with these Fly Tying Video Features is to help you think of some different patterns to tie at the vice this winter. We’re featuring all different kinds of flies, with each post being a different category.
Maybe you’re stuck in a rut on what to be tying this winter: enter the Fly Tying Video Feature. Throughout the winter we’re going to be featuring flies for all occasions (sometimes it will be imitations of a specific fish/insect, other times it will be general imitations of a category). The goal is doing 1-2 of these posts per week for your viewing pleasure and to help get the juices flowing at the vice!
It’s January, and that means that for many of us in the north of the Mason-Dixon Line we’re in the midst of winter and the start of fly tying season. (Don’t get me wrong – you can still get out and fish too!)
Have you done your Christmas shopping yet? This is your friendly reminder to get on it, so you’re not trying to do it the week before Christmas!
Here are the articles and videos for this week – a bit heavy on the video side, but there are some good ones. Grab your coffee and enjoy!
Maybe you’re taking your coffee in the tree stand this morning, or maybe it’s in your usual comfortable chair at home. Either way, we have some good selections for you to enjoy this week. Pour yourself a full cup, sit back, and enjoy!*
*but if you’re in a tree stand or in the woods, enjoy the coffee and save this for later!
It’s starting to get cold. Really cold. But that’s okay, because it’s November. There’s nothing wrong with that at all!
We have a good lineup for you today, ranging from tips on selecting fly line, tying your own leaders, wild edibles, beads on nymphs, and an entertaining video to close it out. Grab your coffee, pull up a chair, and enjoy!