Category Archives: Field Reports

GT Madness // by Peter Morse

Sooner or later many of us who pick up a fly rod would like to tangle with a GT, or Giant Trevally – Caranx Ignobilis.  These are a brutally powerful fish that inhabit the tropical waters of the Pacific and … Continue reading

One Fine Day // by Doug McKnight

Once in a while we get treated to some really great fishing, something out of the ordinary.  Permit fishing typically involves not getting them, even when it is good.  Time on the water is always enjoyable whether the fish show … Continue reading

From the Field – South Island, NZ – Part 2

The ordeal of canceled flights and lost luggage seems far behind us now and the days are going way too fast as they always do here in Kiwi Land. There are some big fish around but like always, they have … Continue reading

From the Field – South Island, NZ – On the Water with the Beck’s

  The Everest of trout fishing I close my eyes and listen to the sounds of the river and think about the last three horrible days. In a nut shell, our Frontiers group flight gets canceled in L.A. We check-in … Continue reading

8 Tips for Line Managemnt in the Salt – by Sean Visintainer

It’s winter in the Inland Northwest. Cold, snowy days have us dreaming of warm tropical places like Belize, Mexico, Bahamas and beyond. For many, a saltwater destination can be a trip of a lifetime. So if having the best shot … Continue reading

Fly-Fishing from My Own Private Island – by Ted Chase

  My life’s passion of throwing flies at fat trout on the “Big Mo” and several infamous rivers in Montana just wasn’t enough to quench my thirst for adventures for unknown worlds. While another cold winter was settling in it … Continue reading