At Fly Guy Fish Guides, we got into guiding to give more opportunities to anglers to get out there on fly and light tackle. At the same time we understand the costs for a private charter can be prohibitively expensive, and will limit access for many people – especially those new to the sport or
I’m excited to announce a new experience for the 2019 season! Fly fishing has its fair share of terminology, specialty gear, techniques, and required skills just to break into the sport confidently. Let us help you cut through the confusion and get down to what’s needed to get you to a competent saltwater fly angler
You may have notice there was a pretty big gap in fishing reports and postings. We took a family trip to Iceland for a couple weeks to get away and explore the area. Iceland is an absolutely beautiful place and surreal in many ways. You can go from rolling hills of purples flowers, grass fields,
I can’t wait for the sunny days, warmer temperatures, and fun times fishing! On this first official day of spring 2018 and the fourth nor’easter in the last couple weeks bearing down on us, we’ve been busy coordinating just some of what is required for the 2018 season. The last couple weeks have been busy coordinating the new boat coming up from North Carolina, purchasing all of the required licenses, preparing the safety gear and equipment for the boat, and starting the process of collecting the tackle we’ll go through this season. I’ve been busy at the flying desk getting all of the bases covered for when out on the water and trying to entice picky stripers and albies.
I’m extremely pleased to announce that Fly Guy Fish Guide has purchased a Jones Brothers Cape Fisherman 23 Lite Tackle Edition that will be ready in time for the 2018 season! This is a boat that’s been a long time in the making and is the de-facto standard guide boat for the eastern US area.
If you’re anything like me, you’re going crazy with the cold temperatures and most of the stripers gone already. Don’t despair though, there are plenty of opportunities to fly fish in Massachusetts (and close) all winter long – no matter how cold it gets! Here we’ll go over some of the locations and tactics you
Fly fishing for striped bass and bluefish in the Boston and Cape Cod area is an exhilarating experience. Almost anywhere you can find water with any type of structure, ledge, disturbance, or even in some cases just straight flat sand – there will likely be stripers and potentially bluefish waiting to ambush your fly. There
I was introduced to Bob Popovics’ Hollow Fleye by a good friend Collin. We showed up to target stripers on the fly and he brought along his 10w rigged with some gigantic 10″+ beautiful flies in bunker color schemes. Little did we know how much interest these fleyes would garner from the striper bass that
Decided to take a break from guiding and travel to head down to the cape with the family for Father’s day. With a toddler running around, I only got a couple hours of fishing total across the weekend – but they ended up being pretty productive! Saturday morning I decided to explore some new spots
Nothing gets the adrenaline pumping like watching a fish blow up on your topwater lure or fly. The same rush that attracts freshwater trout fly anglers presenting dry flies also attracts saltwater anglers targeting stripers. Here are some tactics, lure/fly selections, and presentations that are deadly for topwater action with stripers or bluefish. Light Tackle: