Tag Archives: fly fishing
If you’re a devotee of the casting nuances of the slow action fly rod, a student of its historic ties to our sport, or just like the thrill of moving in close to actively feeding fish, consider our new CIRCA … Continue reading
$40,000 dollars in 22 days. This is what stands between Mark Titus and his dedicated crew behind the new film The Breach. Over a year ago Mark was struck by a passage in a book that described the mighty Elwha … Continue reading
I DIDN’T SEE THE WAVE COMING. I was 500 yards off the white sand coast of Ft. Morgan, Alabama, standing up on the seat of my small inflatable pontoon boat, when the green waters reached up and flipped me.
June 23, 2011 (Bainbridge Island, WA) – Sage Manufacturing, fly-fishing industry leader, launches the ONE™ rod series. The ONE rod is the first precision casting instrument to take advantage of Sage’s groundbreaking Konnetic™ technology. The ONE offers exceptional tracking with … Continue reading
There it was again, a dimpled rise. Crouching low, I flicked the line out, stopping the cast abruptly to put some slack into the leader. It was good, landing a rods length above the now diminishing circles; the small dry … Continue reading
We all have a responsibility to land fish as quickly as possible so we can release them in good shape. There’s a series of prerequisites to accomplishing this. It begins with leader selection, which is determined by presentation issues, the … Continue reading