Ever wonder where Goliath Grouper can be found to have a chance at catching one on a fly rod? These giants spend their younger years in clear shallow water. Read this and then get out there and find them!
When it comes to fly fishing, casting does not come easy. Like anything else, it takes a lot of practice to perfect a skill or art form. Keep in mind that you don't need to live on a blue ribbon trout stream or on the edge of the ocean to get your practice in and become a better fly angler. Small bass ponds or little lakes will do the trick.
Not everyone has time to fish during the day with a busy schedule. Since Max Wagenburg has classes during the day he decided he was sick of not being able to fish so he took to the night sky and dock lights. Here are a few tips he has learned so far from fishing at night.
Like anything, getting good at something takes practice and experiences. Ryan Gallagher shares with us some tips to help your fly tying process. Whether you are a beginner or experienced fly tier, learning one new simple trick can make a worlds difference in your tying abilities.