Welcome back for another week of the Friday Five! We have a good lineup for you this week, so grab your coffee, pull up a chair, and enjoy.Continue reading
What a week it’s been. The typical “low and clear” waters of this time of year are flooded and muddy all around, and it’s not worth the risk to get out there and try to fish. In the meantime, grab your coffee and enjoy the selection that we have for you this week.
Hope you enjoy what we have for you this week! Grab your cup of coffee and read on to see some patterns to give you ideas at the vice.
We have a good selection for you this week, so grab your cup of joe, have a seat, and enjoy!
Have you recovered from the snow we got a few days ago? Whether you have or not, take this chance to stay inside a few extra minutes while you pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy the selection of articles and videos that we have for you this week. If nothing else, it will distract you from shoveling for a few minutes!
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.
Getting stuck with what to tie this winter? Working on a specific style of fly or tying technique? Enter the Fly Tying Video Feature, where we hope to help you get those creative juices flowing.
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!)
The midpoint of September has arrived, with a brief warm-up before the fall weather settles in. Stream levels are looking okay (definitely better than last year), and we’re getting ready for fall fishing. Grab you coffee mug, pull up a chair, and enjoy what we have for you in this week’s Friday Five!