Warmwater Fly Fishing Listing of blogs assigned to this series:
Walleye Fly Fishing
by M. Snider 09.03.21
A primer on how to go after toothy walleye on the fly. With a sinking line and some clousers, you'll be well on your way to hooking these predators on a noodle rod.
Sonar Exploration to Catch More Shallow Fish
by M. Snider 06.19.21
In this blog I explain a bit about my technique of scanning sonar in deeper water around a lake to find and mark congregations of gamefish and baitfish to improve chances of catching fish when casting shallower structure.
Ready For Carp
by M. McConnell 03.18.19
Fly fishing for Carp is a blast! Whether you're targeting Common Carp, Grass Carp, or Mirror Carp - these fish are sure to test your fly fishing skills.
Part 3 – Fly Fishing Carp: The Blind Presentation
by D. Coulson 02.24.17
Once you locate areas holding carp, they're likely going to be feeding on the bottom. Getting flies to their level and keeping them there is the key to successful blind fishing for carp.
Part 1 – Fly Fishing Carp: Sight Fishing Presentation
by D. Coulson 02.22.17
Nearly everyone who fly fishes for carp talks about sight fishing them and how difficult they are to catch. I do sight fish them, but in truth, I mostly blind cast to them. These three pieces cover my approach.
Today's Fishing Lesson
by B. Prater 09.19.16
As something of a local legend, I am often asked, "Bill, why are you arguably the Loveland Fishing Club's finest bluegill angler?" /s
by D. Coulson 07.12.16
Thanks to Matt, I had the privilege of fishing for Muskie in Canada the end of June, first of July. While I've yet to land a muskie, it was a great trip, and I did have opportunities to land one that I botched.
Thoughts on Catfish Tactics
by D. Coulson 10.07.15
I'm not much of a cat fisherman. Oh, I chase them on occasion with the long rod, but I'm not a dedicated catfisher even though I find them to be a fascinating species.
Warmwater Fly Fishing Gear Recommendations
by D. Coulson 08.10.15
Frequently I'm asked what rod/reel/line is needed to fly fish with. Most recently is was to fish for catfish, which is one of the warmwater family. I'm not tied to a brand, so here's my generic recommendations.
Seeing It Makes It More Exciting
by D. Coulson 07.29.15
Feeling the tug on the other end of the line is a lot of what fishing is all about. Still, there's little doubt in my mind that having a visual element to your fishing makes all the more exciting.
Crossing the Technique Line
by D. Coulson 06.11.15
So often I see anglers ignore great "catching" information simply because the catcher was fishing a method different from what the anglers were. Not smart.
Fly Fishing For Yellow Perch
by D. Coulson 09.12.11
While not normally consider a method for yellow perch, the long rod, sinking lines, and streamers can be extremely productive, as we found out this last Sunday.