Flyfishing connects us. Our sport brings us closer to what matters most – the people and places we cherish. With a little creativity, we can even find new opportunities as circumstances change. Rediscovering your “home waters,” targeting a new species in your backyard, or honing a new technique can be just as exciting as a long distance trip. Simply tuning up your back cast in the park can provide a welcome change to your daily routine. Whether you continue to stay at home or begin to travel a little further away, we hope our ongoing “At Home” series continues to keep you connected to this wonderful sport. As anglers, we all share common interests: a love of adventure, discovery and development – all of which can still be found a short cast away. Have a wonderful 4th of July Weekend from all of us at Winston!
Casting from a Drift Boat
Transitioning from wade fishing to float fishing can be difficult for some anglers. Here are a few tips to enhance your understanding and approach while fishing from a drift boat to keep your flies in front of fish. Winston Pro Staffer, Reed Ryan, outlines some useful tips for making successful presentations the next time it’s your turn in the bow of a drift boat.
Focusing on the Back Cast with Winston Pro Kyle Wilkinson
Winston Pro Kyle Wilkinson details the importance of the back cast. In this short video, Kyle reminds us to take some time, allow the rod to load, and smoothly make the presentation.
Introducing Our New 9’6″ AIR Fly Rods
New this year are three 9 1/2-foot 6, 7, and 8-weight all-around AIR rods for keeping more line off the water and easier nymphing, reaching, mending and swinging. Ideal for big trout, big rivers, lakes, and single-handed Atlantic Salmon and Steelhead fishing.
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