Fly Casting

In this episode of Anchored, we cover the challenges and rewards of running a fly shop, the complexities of obtaining an outfitter license, and Millie's journey as a female ambassador in the industry.
Mac Brown is the owner of Mac Brown Fly Fish and Fly Fishing Guide School in Western NC. In this episode of Anchored we discuss advanced fly casting, trick casts, fly fishing’s evolution and so much more.
Mending is not just a technique but an art that significantly enhances your ability to present flies - be they dry flies, nymphs, or streamers - in a manner that entices fish, transforming luck into skill. One person who knows a thing or two about this topic is Mickey Finn.
There are a number of casting faults that most new Spey casters tend to make, but today we're going to focus on two of the most common culprits: The Bloody L and the Creep.
Known as the constant tension, or oval cast, whether you're tackling formidable winds or hefty flies, mastering this skill is a game-changer.
Fly fishing large, articulated baitfish patterns presents a unique and exciting challenge. By incorporating these tips from Cam McGregor, anglers can enhance their skills and enjoy greater success.
In this opening chapter, we're going to cover 7 fundamental tactics that can make a world of difference in your fishing experiences. Whether you're an expert angler or a beginner, there are tips here for everyone.
Learn the key characteristics of Skagit and Scandi fly lines for steelhead fishing and your personal style.
Even the greatest casters in the world would struggle on the water if they didn't know this simple technique...
The Snap-T is a cast that can be performed with any fly rod. Watch this clip to learn the fundamentals.
Josh Nugent and Naoto Aoki explain how to get your fly to those hard to reach places and fish!
In this video, instructor Justin Duggan teaches how to increase your catch rate while fishing from a boat.