Wednesday, March 13, 2019



Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Monday, April 16, 2018

SBR Hendrickson Nymph

SBR Hendrickson Nymph from Tightline Productions~T. Flagler on Vimeo.

Brought to you by Tim Flagler at Tightline Productions

Hold Up There Chach

Kind of reminds me of someone...

Redington: IN THE LOOP: The Approach from Redingtongear on Vimeo.

Brought to you by our friends at Redington.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Hendo Hammer

Tie 'em up boys!

Hendo Hammer from Tightline Productions~T. Flagler on Vimeo.

Utah's Green River with...

Spinner Fall Guide Service.

HIGH and DRY from Scott Barrus on Vimeo.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Another winner from Capefish...

Happy St. Paddy's Day!

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Fly Fishing on a Budget

We all know that fly fishing can be quite expensive, but we are going to try to show you how to acquire beginner equipment on a limited budget.
First, fly rod, reel and line:  We recommend a package setup for beginners.  Redington offers a very nice combo outfit for less than $140.00: Redington Crosswater Combo Outfit The Crosswater is an easy casting, medium/fast action graphite rod, which is ideal for the beginning angler.  We recommend the 4 pc. model in 5 weight model/s flexibility for the angler on the go.

Second, terminal tackle: You'll need leaders, tippet and flies to complete your outfit.  We recommend RIO leaders / tippet and whatever flies your local fly shop recommends.  A 3-pack of 4X 7.5 foot leaders and a spool of 5X tippet will get you off to a great start.: RIO LeadersRIO Tippet. Expect to spend about $15 for leaders and $7 for tippet.
Flies should be purchased at a local shop near the watershed you intend to fish.  Expect flies to cost ~$2.00 each.  Purchase 2 or 3 of each fly recommended.  You should expect to spend about $30 on flies for your first trip.

Third, waders: You'll need these for getting close to your quarry in cold water rivers and creeks.  Redington also offers budget minder waders in the Crosswater offering:  Redington Crosswater Waders for ~$120.00. Boots to go with your chest high waders can include another Redington product: PALIX RIVER BOOTS  for ~$90.00

This will get you started for about $372.00. You could go with less expensive labels, but you'd likely be looking for upgrades rather quickly.

Other items you'll likely want can also be obtained in a combo package: Cabelas Streamside Tool Kit Net Combo for ~$35

Happy Angling!