The new addition to the MicroWave Guide family: the MW18. ProStaffer Ben Stein shows the advantages of using the MW18 guide over conventional guides.
“One of the most significant innovations to fly rods in decades” – Captures and controls line for smoother longer shooting casts – Elevated ring height and size combination improves line collection – Angled rings in Snagless frame directs line while maintaining speed – Allows use of smaller running guides throughout rest of the rod – […]
Alaska’s Alagnak River is a place where there are no roads. A place where the weather does what it wants. A place where humans are no longer the apex predator. The life of a guide on this river is one of resourcefulness, persistence and dedication.
Fly fishing in shallow saltwater is tremendously exciting and one of the biggest fans of this activity is Tom Rosenbauer. From bonefish to redfish, Tom will cover the essentials of getting you started in this exciting part of fly fishing.
USA-made waders powered by G3 Guide™ architecture and GORE-TEX® tech Simms’ new Headwaters™ Pro Stockingfoots are handcrafted from 3-layer GORE-TEX® Pro fabric and powered by our industry-leading G3 Guide™ architecture. Patented front- and back-leg seam construction boosts both mobility and durability on the trail and in the flow. Pass through handwarmer pockets provide a cold-weather […]
Kent Svensson (56) has been fishing all his life and has been guiding groups in the last few years. Now he will expand his services to individuals as well. Kent specializes in fishing for seatrout and pike along the coast of the south of Sweden and he knows a lot of good spots, especially in […]
This past week has seen a flood of exhibitors booking into this year’s Tackle & Guns Show as the trade embraces the Ricoh Arena and the new dates of September 11th and 12th, 2016. Fly fishing’s biggest distributor, Guide Flyfishing, has taken a significant presence next to the casting pool, while The Angling Group (Taska, […]
The annual Bristol Bay Fly Fishing and Guide Academy has grown significantly over the past seven years, with broad community support and sponsors, involvement from local Yup’ik elders and volunteers, and nearly a dozen graduates employed at Bristol Bay-area lodges and guiding businesses. This year, the academy will once again host 15 lucky Bristol Bay-area […]