Tag Archives: Tom Johannesen

Make Like a Bonefish and Get Away

The Seed is Planted A few years ago I was invited to join several members of the Ospreys Fly-Fishers on a fly-fishing excursion to Mexico. I quickly turned down the offer as I knew nothing about warm water fly-fishing and didn’t have any of the appropriate gear required for a bonefish fishery. Another year had […]

Boost Your Amateur Fishing Photography from Average to Awesome

With the popularity of Instagram, our exposure to—and desire to create—memorable fishing photography has never been higher. At the same time, the power of most modern cell phone cameras puts to shame the image quality of most point and shoots from even five years ago. That said, there’s far more to taking a good photo […]

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 […]

Fall Fly Fishing Feature

Dropping Temperatures, Hot Action The fall fly fishing season has arrived and after a long hot summer it can’t arrive soon enough. The fall months bring an abundance of opportunities for fly anglers of all skill levels. If lake fishing is your passion the cooler evenings move the fish back on the shoals after spending […]