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
Bobos Y Locos - The Epic Grande Slam 0
Love this short film of Colby D Crossland's quest for the salt grandslam - all on Epic FastGlass - Whole lot of bucket fish right there ;-)
Never know what you are going to get when you go to Mexico fishing the flats. Eastern shores are known for the flats and multiple shots for a variety of species. If you put in the time you are probably going to find your self on the better end of a Macabi -Bonefish- or tarpon.
5 tips to improve your fly fishing. 5Its not just a matter of price, but unless you get real joy out of not spending money, a cheap outfit will not give you the pleasure a really good one will. And the pleasure of a good outfit is not imaginary, its physical.
Dirk Krüger and the Two Handed Fly Rod for Dad 0So here is the rod nearly finished. Wrapped with Pearsalls dark brown and dark olive to match a golden Hardy Sovereign (or any other classic "golden" reel like Fin Nor, Seamaster, etc.)
Postcards from the edge - Brian O'Keefe Fly Fishing in New Zealand 70's style 0
"I do not have any new glass rods, but I have two old Fenwicks, both over 40 years old, that I still like to fish with. My trout rod went to NZ with me in 1973. I walked from the Bay of Islands to the south side of Stewart Island. 11 months of tramping around, river to river. Too many adventures to mention. Best experience of my life.