Feathers used for tying flies are some of the hottest plummage in town these days, and women in Tallahassee are complaining that even if they walk into a bait shop with waders on, they cannot get the feathers. Our blogger, DamselFly Fisher, told us about this trend recently, and also, had the offending feather tied […]
The Clouser Minnow is one of those patterns that fly-fishing purists love to hate (even though they probably keep a few in their fly boxes and tie one on when they think no one’s looking). That—and the fact that it’s easy and fun to tie, an incredibly effective fish catcher, and amenable to endless, cool […]
“I always find it funny when clients tell me they had a nibble. There are no nibbles in fly fishing – only grabs and spits,” writes DamselFly Fisher, aka Katherine Browne. You’ll want to learn more about how to catch monster trout, from our resident fly-fishing guide in Colorado.
I love spot-and-stalk style fishing. Oftentimes I am fishing deep runs where I can’t see the fish, but I love stalking big trout whenever conditions allow. Read more of Katherine Browne’s series of BIG Trout Tips.
The Women’s Outdoor News welcomes new outdoor blogger Katherine Browne, aka DamselFly Fisher. Katherine, a fly-fishing guide in Colorado and Pro-Staff Coordinator for Prois Hunting and Field Apparel, she will pop into the bloggers’ column with updates about her life in the stream. In her debut blog post, she takes us back to some of her more spectacular falls while in waders.