Because not all clown sightings are creepy.. At least not in our neck of the woods.
Direct nail knots that is.. With less than a week out from the opening day of our bonefishing season at Andros South, our focus has turned to dialing in our saltwater gear, and we have a feeling the same is true for many of you as well! As you … [Continue reading]
At Andros South Lodge, its not uncommon to come across massive congregates of schooling bonefish in the hundreds (no, not an exaggeration). Often times, such schools are a welcome sight to the frustrated angler experiencing a slow day chasing singles … [Continue reading]
Today's post comes from the 'topics you asked us to write about' category! Spey casting is a fun, efficient, and versatile way cover a whole bunch of water. There are numerous casts (and variations of those casts) designed to present your fly in si … [Continue reading]
While we'd argue there's no such thing as a 'bad' fly rod on the market today, the fact remains that no one rod can do it all. Choosing the right rod can make a huge difference, especially on the flats! For years, advancements in technology and … [Continue reading]
Today we present you with nothing more than a photo of Deneki family member, Carolyn Settlemire, and guide, Chris Gong with a stunning char caught during the last week of our season at Rapids Camp Lodge. Nice work team. What a fish! More on … [Continue reading]
We've said it many times before, but we love fishing giant flies for our trout in western Alaska. Some might assume that that's because we subscribe to the 'big fly, big fish' theory of fly selection.. However, in our neck of the woods, abundant … [Continue reading]
Today we present you with another mid-monthly edition of 'Three Good Articles,' where we share a few of our favorite articles from other fly fishing websites that we found particularly interesting, and have a feeling you will to. Enjoy! Three … [Continue reading]