Tin weights are eco-friendly and help get your flies to the bottom quickly. Learn more about their uses and advantages.
Asher Koles lives in Salt Lake City and guides in Utah and SW Wyoming. Learn about the rivers he guides and the Loon gear he uses.
Is it time to become a better fly tyer? Regardless of where you are in your tying journey, take heart. This list is for you!
People often ask me about my first fish. Honestly, I don’t remember it. Something interesting happens when I’m asked about my biggest or best fish, or the one that got away. The fish I think about aren’t even my own...they’re my daughters’.
It’s a recurring question that is too often considered, but for good reason. Let's keep the dream of the weekend warrior alive and well.
See how we hand sharpen and hand tune every pair of our tying scissors.
There’s a subtle but overpowering sense of inferiority when you’re buried in Alaska’s most untouched wilderness.
“Home is where you park it” became our creed, but one of our most memorable experiences came when we left our 80 square foot fortress behind.