Robert Henley

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Of Interest: Fly fishing for carp a ‘berry’ good time

By Sue Cocking /<p>Fort Lauderdale author and fly fisherman Steve Kantner idled slowly west on the grassy, linear park swale …

The Ultimate Guide to Fly Fishing for Carp

Casting a fly for carp is like dragging a piece of fried chicken through the local seniors' center. If it looks good and moves slowly enough, …

Gearing up for a day on the Margaree in 1971: Rods, reels, and strappy high-heel shoes? Check! We love old photos like these; this one was taken by the province of Nova Scotia, to promote recreational angling. John Hart, president of the Margaree Salmon Association (, is reporting fair returns this year, with a seemingly greater number of large salmon returning compared to last year.

Uncle Si you are right! Makes us Happy Happy Happy Too!

If you're looking for a great destination #flyfishing trip, look no further than Nervous Waters - Unique Fly Fishing Destinations. Check out their new ad. (Great photo by AdamBarkerPhotography too!)

Dave Whitlock Explains How to Tie His Most Famous (and Deadliest) Trout Fly, Dave's Hopper

In the April 2010 <i>Field & Stream</i>, senior editor Colin Kearns interviewed Dave Whitlock, a flyfishing legend who practically invented flyfishing for …

CRO Flies

ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Fixing Tailing Loops

ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Tuck Cast

Question about the correct way to fish unweighted nymphs : flyfishing

Most of my fishing is done with dry flies, streamers, and nymphs with a copper or tungsten bead to get them down low. I usually drop them from a dry …

Fly Fishing

Pro Tip: Fly Selection Made Easy

Written by: Steve May<p><b>Editor’s note: Experienced fly fishers have certainly run into situations where fly selection is a lot tougher than described</b> …