My Tenerife Fishing Holiday: Small Fish, Big Fun!

By Damion Fryer Light Rock Fishing in Tenerife for Mini Species   It’s 6.50 am, there’s not a cloud in the sky, the sun’s just making an appearance on the horizon and it’s already 24 degrees Celsius (about 75 degrees Fahrenheit). As I gently flick my rod tip, looking down into the crystal clear water at the marina, I can clearly see my 2” pink Power Shirasu, which is rigged on a size 10 1.4g jig-head hopping and dancing its… Read More »

Orvis Hydros HD Trout Fly Line Review

By Kevin Brown There comes a time in all of our journeys as fly fishermen when it’s time to replace that old fly line we’ve been fishing with for probably way too long, and that’s most likely starting to show signs of heavy wear. Or sometimes we just want to try something new. Whatever the reason for the switch, it always feels great to cast a brand new line, and the Orvis Hydros HD Trout WF fly line is no… Read More »

Like Candy: Fishing Nymphs for More Trout

By Kevin C. Brown Despite common thought concerning the method in which fly fisherman most often catch trout (dry flies), many non-fly fishermen may be surprised to discover the majority of the trout that are caught by fly fishermen are actually caught on tiny patterns that imitate aquatic insects called nymphs. They are some of the best trout fishing lures to be found anywhere. You could call them trout candy, they are so effective! I would be lying though if… Read More »

Top 10 Hardest Fighting Inshore Game Fish – Atlantic Coast

Meet Our Top 10, Pound-for-Pound, Hardest Fighting Inshore Fish   Anglers love to debate, banter and oftentimes engage in some plain old fashion bragging – usually, good-naturedly, I might add – when it comes to fishing. It’s always been that way and I imagine that kind of friendly discourse between anglers will always be a part of fishing, as it should be! In keeping with that long-standing tradition of sportfishing, I wanted to tackle (yes, pun intended) one of those… Read More »

Sportfishing Vacation in Paradise: The Key West Experience

Guest Post by Ben Shepardson Key West, an Angler’s Dream Vacation Destination   With opportunities to land incredibly fierce species like wahoo, sailfish, barracuda, and shark, not to mention one or all of the legendary “big three” (tarpon, permit, and bonefish), Key West sportfishing is nothing short of a thrill-a-minute angling adventure. When it comes to all-out fishing adventures, there’s no place in the world quite like Key West. No matter what kind of angling experience you’re after, this sun-drenched… Read More »

Why Dive Watches Make the Best Watches for Fishing

Dive Watches – the Best Fishing Watches   In this post, I’m going to, once again, dive into (pun intended) a topic that touches on two of my biggest passions, fishing, and wristwatches – dive watches, to be precise. Wearing a watch is a habit for me; my watch is almost an extension of my body – I even sleep with my it on. So, it goes without saying that when I’m out fishing, my watch is there as well.… Read More »

6 Compelling Spinning Reels from Shimano, Daiwa and Abu Garcia

6 of the Best All-around Spinning Reels Today from 3 Iconic Brands     Shimano Shimano is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of fishing tackle today, but it did not start out making equipment for anglers. The company was founded in 1921 by Japanese industrialist Shozaburo Shimano in Higashi Minato, Sakai City with the goal of producing the best precision bicycle components in the world. The company thrived in the bicycle market and quickly became an industry leader. However,… Read More »