All Things Fly Fishing
Image of the Week:
My good buddy Tom Keer with his son on the cover of his first book "A Fly Fishers Guide to the New England Coast" ...doesn't get much better than that. News:
Congrats to Ned Desmond and Brian McClintock at gofishn.com on the lauch of gohuntn.com. The first year of gofishn has been very successful with
Updated 01-22-2011 at 05:37 PM by Jenks
Image of the Week:
The United Fly Tyers of Rhode Island does a great job getting kids involved in fly tying.
"Nothing left to do; but smile, smile, smile" News:
This is big. One of my favorite guys I have met through The Saltwater Edge is surfcaster and writer extraordinaire Zeno Hromin. The guy has skills,
Updated 01-12-2011 at 09:03 AM by Jenks
A legit nor'easter put the holiday travel plans on ice for the family and made me think of warmer climes.
Image is from Jim Klug owner of Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Travel and our booth neighbor during the "whiteout" Marlborough Fly Fishing Show about 10 years ago. Here are some of his more recent images and cover shots. News, comments and
Updated 01-03-2011 at 11:21 AM by Jenks
The common complaint is that no one new is taking up fly fishing. I do believe the more that are exposed to the sport the that may be drawn to it's inherent beauty and connection to the natural world. I was going to hand pick one new fly rodder to at least bring attention to the long rod it would be Oprah. We go way back she was the local news caster when I has living in Baltimore after college. Check out the Field & Stream blog post. http://www.fieldandstream.com/blogs/...nd-fly-fishing
Updated 11-04-2010 at 05:34 AM by Jenks
Slow day on the Farmington. Wind gusts made nymphing tough for me; but not for my Father In Law with Rich as his tutor! http://www.edgeangling.com/forums/bl...1&d=1288659119