Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you can’t get in some fly fishing. It’s a chance to be off by yourself, or with a friend or two – smaller crowds, and less competition on your favorite runs. Continue reading “Expert Advice: 6 Tips for Winter Fly Fishing”
It takes a strong constitution and a true dedication to go out fly fishing in winter. You’re going to want to wear more than your Hawaiian shirt and waders. So, let’s take a look at what gear is designed to help you out in some of the coldest water climates fish-able.
You not only want to stay dry, but warm. You also need the flexibility of being able to move to cast your line. Some winter clothing will stiffen you up like a straight jacket, and that just won’t work! Continue reading “Layering for Winter Fly Fishing with Patagonia Gear”
When the snow starts falling, many anglers pack up their gear and wait out the cold months, anticipating the return of long days and warm afternoons. For those willing to brave the cold, though, winter fly fishing can be a rewarding time.
In many places, fish are active and accessible year-round. Even better, you probably won’t have to compete for your favorite runs, and can often go all day without seeing another fly fisherman.