Meet Noel Fox, lifelong angler and the purveyor of some of the finest fishing gear anywhere.
In this, our last episode of Season 1, Mikey teaches Cortney how to make a chironomid fly.
This fly imitates a chroni pupa as it starts to make its slow wiggle to the surface, because that’s when they are most vulnerable to fish. And trust me, fish love to go for them!
Jen Ripple is one of the most influential voices in fly fishing as Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Dun Magazine. She is also member of the Board of Directors for Fly Fishers International and member of the Board of Directors for AFFTA.
Jen was gracious enough to give us some insight into her fishy life.
In this episode, Mikey teaches Cortney how to make a micro leech fly. And Cortney reveals the secret to picking up girls in the bar! Also, she continues to have problems with whip finishes…
Welcome to Episode 4 of Fly Tricks!
In this episode, Michael teaches Cortney how to tie a classic BC fly, the Tom Thumb.
Plus… how to save an errant whip finish!
Stuart Foxall has been fly tying and fly fishing for over 40 years and has fished in many of the U.K.’s rivers as well as Norway, Argentina, Canada, and USA. We had a chance to ask Stuart about his fishy life.
In this episode Mikey teaches Cortney how to tie a variation of a General Practitioner Fly, perfect for landing salmon or steelhead.
In this episode, Mikey teaches Cortney how to tie a sculpin fly. And Cortney explains the hazards of being a blonde, and how Caesars can fix anything.
Welcome to the first episode of Fly Tricks: Where Beginners Learn to Tie Flies with fly-tying guide extraordinaire, Michael Orlowski and his apprentice, Cortney Brown. In this episode, Mikey teaches Cortney how to tie an alevin fly.
Nobody’s passion should be ended by injury. These tips will help you prevent shoulder pain and give you the chance of a full season out on the water.
We’ve been brewing up a new project at Trout CountryFishing Guides, and we’re calling it Fly Tricks: Where Beginners Learn to Tie Flies. We’ll share an instructional fly tying video each month and help you fill your fly box with flies that work for different times of the season. You don’t have to be a beginner…
Spring has sprung in the Sea to Sky corridor and we are ready to get out there and embrace all that it has to offer. Although it’s a time of great adventure and exploration, there are a few things to be aware of while out in the bush this beautiful season, and at the top of that list…