Making the most of it - 15 Spey casting tips from April Vokey. 015 tips and common errors that I see regularly on both winter and summer-run steelhead trips. Of course some of these are not always errors — some are occasionally sound techniques — but nonetheless here are some personal observations that I hope will be worthwhile.
Epic People - Scandanavian Fly Guides 0
Welcome to our very own trout river in Norway! Crystal clear water, sight-fishing, only wild fish, catch & release only, accommodation right on the river, no crowds, resident fish as well as huge migratory trout. What more could you want?
Approximately 2 hours from Östersund in Sweden or three hours from Trondheim, Norway you’ll find Scandinavian Fly Fishing Guides own trout-paradise, this water is only available through our arrangements. More than 10 kilometers of river with browntrout.
Tips on Skagit Tips - Spey casting tips from April Vokey 2
The first Spey line that I ever purchased came packaged in a box as thick as an encyclopedia.
Like a book cover designed to culminate my curiosity, the word ‘Spey’ prominently highlighted the box’s crisp edge and sold me on the promise of its contents. Encyclopaedic was not far off from what I held in my hands.
Rich with knowledge and the possibility of growth, the comparisons were evident — the difference being that with an encyclopedia I had an idea of where to start.
Tips for Top Fly Fishing from a New Zealand Guide 1It has been quite noticeable over 25 years of guiding that fly fishers rarely practice their casting techniques from one year to the next, often leaving any practice to only when they fish. Fortunately, I am heartened to say, that is gradually changing among many of my clients. Practice can clearly reduce frustration “in the field” and undoubtedly increases success and hence personal satisfaction.
Like a Good Scotch, Be Smooth. 5 Tips to Improve Your Fly Casting. 2Becoming a good fly caster is a little like being a proficient musician, it takes time, practice and some knowledge of the theory behind it all. Here are 5 simple tips that will help improve your fly casting.
The dissapearing art of the nail knot 1
This one seems to be becoming a lost art as most fly line manufacturers put loops on their fly lines. For light presentations to trout, welded loop to loop connections are far from ideal if you are looking for the very best turnover characteristics.For delicate presentations when fishing small dry flies and emergers a nail knot or needle knot are the only way to go - let’s face it, loop to loops are great for saltwater fishing but when it comes to Trout they’re pretty amateur.