Archive : Warm water

RSS feed
Big Carp On The Fly For Summer Fun!

Big Carp On The Fly For Summer Fun!

Looking for big fish on the fly this summer?  Try Carp on for size. This is a paper writing service picture of Guide and Captain Scott Feltrinelli with a nice Carp caught over the 4th of July weekend. For guided trips and instruction, contact Ontario Fly Outfitters at www.ontariofly.com or visit us...
Filed in: New York, Warm water
Big and Bigger Smallies

Big and Bigger Smallies

RJ Scarione with a nice 5 pound Smallmouth Bass caught on a Lake Erie tributary over the Memorial Day weekend. This fish is one of over 40 fish caught on this day by my clients. If you like swinging streamers, if you like watching a fish strike at a well presented fly, if you like to sight cast, if you...
So many good choices right now…

So many good choices right now…

Spring has sprung!  Fishing has been exceptional the past few weeks.  Your biggest angling dilemma may be where to fish.  Or, it may be squeezing time into your busy schedule to find time to fish!  This is the time of year when fly fisherman are in a quandary with too many choices for promising...
Name This Fly

Name This Fly

Before I started posting, I always had wanted more posts about step-by-step fly tying. Flies that were not just the run of the mill Buggers, Adams Etc, Etc, I wanted newer or experimental patterns that still had yet to be fished thoroughly. Finally, I feel I have one of my own patterns that I feel is...
Reel Screamers In Turks and Caicos Islands

Reel Screamers In Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos Bonefish caught by Guide and Captain Scott Feltrinelli What’s that? You love to hear the sound of your fly reel screaming while fighting a super fast fish. Come and learn more about saltwater fly fishing from Captain and Guide Scott Feltrinelli at the upcoming Fly Fishers Workshop...
Filed in: Resorts, Warm water
1
FFW Saltwater Fly Fishing Presentation!

FFW Saltwater Fly Fishing Presentation!

 Come spend 50 minutes with N.Y.S. licensed Guide and USCG Captain Scott Feltrinelli at the upcoming Fly Fishers Workshop to learn the basics of saltwater fly fishing. best generic viagra site This guide and captain has extensive saltwater fly fishing experience fishing in destinations all over the...
1
Chasing Goldie

Chasing Goldie

Over the past two days, I’ve easily released 100 or more sunfish and bass.  I was teaching a 6th grade fishing session.  It’s part of our school’s two day Outdoor Education program.  These fishing sessions are fun, hectic, slimy and full of laughs.  We use worms, or fat head minnows,...
Filed in: New York, Warm water
Six Casts on Labor Day

Six Casts on Labor Day

                              It’s tough to know when to wrap up fishing.  I’ve always struggled with the decision to reel it in, versus just one more cast.  Good fishing is tricky to leave, because it’s intrinsically...
Filed in: New York, Warm water
High Water Option

High Water Option

Had enough rain yet?  Parts of Upstate New York received over 6 inches of rain the past few weeks.  Several rivers are experiencing minor flooding.  Our chocolate milk colored creeks are flowing furiously.  Realistically, there’s not many good creek fly fishing options until they recede.  As...
Filed in: New York, Warm water
Froggin’ in the Pond

Froggin’ in the Pond

Turning sixteen did wonders for my fishing plans.  It afforded me a driver’s license and access to the family car.  It was goodbye ten speed Schwinn and hello Oldsmobile station wagon.  Gone were the days of biking to Mendon Ponds or Irondequoit Creek.  I no longer needed to tie down my fishing...
Filed in: New York, Warm water
© 2012 flyfishingchronicles.com. All rights reserved.
Proudly designed by Theme Junkie.
Translate »