Whether or not I ever own a bamboo rod I have an immense amount of respect for the people that have spent the time to learn how to create them.
We here at Blue Lines are big, big fans of a Moorit yarn Sakasa Kebari, but that doesn't mean we aren't always looking for more patterns to try.
At Blue Lines we're big believers in soft hackles and Kebari-style flies and we know that they work everywhere, and almost all the time.
I bought the Fishpond Retractor because I love gadgets, especially high-quality gadgets, and it looked as gadgety and high-quality as it’s possible for a retractor to look.
What is the most popular fly sold in the U.S.? If you answered the Copper John then you are right in line with both anecdotal reference and casual internet searches.
It's hot this week, with temperatures into the 90s and a 600-acre forest fire burning above Nederland. With the heat comes nights of poor sleep, of waking up and feeling the prickle in your skin that says the night never really cooled off
There’s a time when all waters, literal and metaphorical, recede. My personal river report? 16cfs and sinking.
This most recent issue is as good or better than previous editions, only slightly marred by the fact that Mike chose to include a piece written by Sam in his magazine.
You threw the fussiness of Catskill dries right out the window and then went on to outfish those stodgy old patterns.