Fly Fishing Basics for the Entry Level Competitor — Landing Net & Magnet “There is no better way to accelerate one’s fly fishing prowess than to get out there and fish with other anglers from all over the country in a friendly competitive setting.” —Dejon Hamann, Trout Legend Inc. CEO Are you ready to make […]
Leader BreakDown Contributed by Matt Gray, a retired inventor and life-long fly fisherman, who now devotes obscene amounts of time to mathematical analysis and design of leaders for competitive fly fishing. RIVERS/STREAMS Competitive fly fishermen spend the majority of their time fishing nymphs at or near the bottom – the method that has proven to […]
Lake flies have a flavor all their own. Since an array of Fly Lines do most of the sinking work lake flies will be tied without. One can immerse themselves in a long hallowed tradition of Lake Patterns, but often for the comp angler the same principal found in river patterns remains: KISS.
Since debuting in the TroutLegend League in 2012 with a final standing of 82nd Patrick Clark has steadily maneuvered into one of the top contenders on the Eastern Seaboard with a final standing of 7th in 2014. Sitting in solid 1st as of the writing of this interview. Clark is poised to break the Top […]
The young globetrotting TV Star from Team NC took home 2nd in the TroutLegend League in 2014, 1st in the Youth Division, and a Team Silver Medal, but that hardware won’t be lonely in Hunter Hoffler’s award shelf. In the last 3 years Hunter has finished no less than 7th overall in the nation, racked […]
Michael Bradley would have been a write in for TroutLegend 2013 Rookie Of The Year, the only hiccup was he technically attended a few Mini Comps in 2012. Bradley came back with a reckoning in 2014 and on the wave of a Team NC sweep took TroutLegend Top Rod of the Year. Let’s go behind […]