Posted on January 21 2016
- While not fly-fishing-specific, a recent piece by Brendan Leonard offers good (and humorous) advice on lightening your pack load for backcountry trips. Read more here before spring camping and backpacking seasons begin. Via Adventure Journal.
- Buying flies is indeed faster and easier than tying your own, but there are benefits to the DIY approach. “When an anger is tying their own fly, it allows their imagination to run wild,” writes Jeff Florence. “It also provides tiers opportunities to learn more about the entomology of their local waters.” Via Colorado Trout Unlimited.