Tag Archives: LX Series

Get Down [to the Fish] with Tom Johannesen

Many Stillwater anglers feel that a type 3 sinking line is all one needs to cover all the depths when using a wet fly in interior lakes. Unfortunately this could not be any further from the truth. When purchasing a rod and reel combo from a fly shop the majority of the time they come […]

Choosing the Right Fly Fishing Equipment for any Scenario

During this winter season, many fly anglers—or those aspiring to become fly anglers—satisfy the urge to get out on the water by dreaming of new equipment to help up their game once things thaw out. In this blog, Field Team member Tom Johannesen breaks down each element with the goal of helping you select the […]

Blobbing for Trout? Yes, it’s a Thing

Fly fishing tactics and strategies are continually evolving regardless of the environment of the fish species we chase. Over the past several years on the stillwater scene there has been renewed interest in mastering the zooplankton pattern puzzle. What are zooplankton? Zooplankton are tiny members of the class Crustacea and are common inhabitants of all […]

In Bolivia Watch Your Fingers! WARNING: Contains Graphic Content

This summer, Field Team member and professional guide Jeff Fisher traveled to Bolivia where he guided and managed to get in some personal fishing as well. Islander sat down with Jeff to hear some of his stories. You were heading to some pretty remote areas, how was the travel in Bolivia? To get to our […]