Kayak angling is very popular where I live near Annapolis, Maryland. The Chesapeake Bay and its many rivers and creeks provide an active striped bass fishery for most months of the year, from the early spring to the late fall. Indeed, fisheries scientists believe that nearly 70 percent of the striped bass on the east coast of the U.S. originate in the Chesapeake Bay. In the summer, white perch, a feisty smaller cousin of striped bass forage in the Bay’s rivers and creeks. They too are targeted by kayak anglers. And then in the cold months, pickerel can be caught in those same waters. Continue reading “Kayak Fly Fishing in Chesapeake Bay Tributaries”
Looks like an Ant right…well maybe not but that doesn’t seem to change the fact that under the right conditions fish will go wild for it. Created by Jack Dennis and named for his daughter this one is a go to attractor pattern during the summer months.
Quite a few materials make it a slight challenge to tie but when finished it looks great!
This is a great option when throwing hopper dropper rigs as it is very buoyant and will hold up some of your heavier dropper flies.
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Created by Rick Takahashi (Tak) this is a go to still water fly pattern. It has brought me success time and time again in the past. Tied traditionally on a bronze hook the translucent body gives a look that can’t be beat when trying to match the clear tarnish shuck of the Chironomid pupae.
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With Euro/Tight Line nymphing being all the rage why not take a classic fly like the Copper John and trick it out a little with a jigged hook and some weight. To me it only makes sense and makes for an awesome fly. Adding some lead or lead free wire helps an already heavy fly get into the zone fast! With a little added flair of the MFC barred rubber legs this fly is deadly.