Archive for July, 2007


July 29th, 2007

Fly Fishing - Where Sport And Craft Combine

There is no sport as versatile or as widespread as fishing. It is a sport that can be undertaken as cheaply or as expensively as you wish. Five year olds in bare feet and overalls can attach a piece of string to a stick, bend a paper clip, and attach a worm and have as much fun as the billionaire fishing enthusiast with a deep sea fishing boat, lines, tackles, rigging, harpoons, shades and champagne. Fishing is a hobby and a living, a sport and a serious occupation.One of the most popular methods of fishing is fly fishing. Fly fishing is done with a specially designed rod and reel combination that allows the sportsperson to cast their line in the direction of the water and then slowly reel it back in.

July 25th, 2007

Fly Fishing for Big, Huge, Monster Trophy Trout

Passion and love for the sport of fly fishing is what motivates Landon. His success in catching trophy trout is fueled by an addiction of pursuing large trout with small flies and lightweight fly fishing equipment. Listen to Landon’s secrets on sight fishing for huge trophy trout.

July 19th, 2007

Experience Canadian Fishing At A Canada Fishing Lodge

Have you ever watched one of those televised shows that show the fabulous fishing available in Canada, (or also known as the “Great White North) & wondered, can that really be true? Can the fish actually be so huge? Can the scenery be so spectacular?It IS true!From the eastern shores of the Maritime Provinces to the vast wooded tract of coastline on the west shores of British Columbia, Canada offers fishing that is so abundant & unspoiled, that anglers from around the globe visit each year, then subsequently return year after year.All Provinces offer fishing that is unique to them, yet all are connected by a common theme, & that’s the huge expanses of almost undiscovered lakes & rivers in the northern regions.

July 11th, 2007

Stalking Roosterfish on Baja’s East Cape

Always innovative, Mike Rieser has developed tactics and fly patterns effective on a wide variety of species that swim the Sea of Cortez. On this show we focus on one of his favorites the roosterfish. Learn Mike’s secrets on fly fishing for this challenging fish.


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