Meet Colby D Crossland - Epic Ambassador 0For those that don’t know him (and you should) Colby D Crossland is a professional fly-fishing guide for Spinnerfall Guide Service in Dutch John Utah where he spends the warmer months of the year catching fish and helping others to do the same and generally doing epic shit. When the temperature drops he splits his time between Salt Lake City, Moab, Utah and trying to explore Central America
Making the most of it - 15 Spey casting tips from April Vokey. 715 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.
Meet the Epic Crew - Pat Cohen 0
My name is Pat Cohen. I live in upstate New York where there is an abundance of warm water streams, lakes, and farm ponds to fish; although most anything with gills is fair game.
I was always a terrible fisherman with spin and casting gear, but I began fly fishing in 2008 and since then I have caught more fish than I can count. I have been tying flies since January of 2009. Fly fishing and tying have become an essential part of my life. Since 2012 I have been a full time commercial fly tyer and designer.