Winner of 2014 Fishing Reports Contest!

Every Year www.maineflyfish.com host a fishing reports contest and the winner wins a new fly rod. The winner won a Echo SR3106 10’6″ 3 4 A FAST $329.99. This years fishing report contest: http://www.maineflyfish.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=25416 Here is part of 2014 fishing report:   For a … Continue reading

A Weekend Get Away with My Husband

By Jennifer Bowman-McKay As we arrived at 4:00 in the morning on Friday, the snow was falling relentlessly outside the entrance of the Tailwater Lodge in Altmar, New York. We checked in with the help of a very hospitable desk … Continue reading

Flies for Kids

Flies for Kids Flies for Kids started in 2013 with an idea from Kevin McKay of maineflyfish.com to try to make it easier for kids to get into fly tying. Eldredge Bros. Fly Shop joined forces with Kevin because we … Continue reading

A Guides Day Off

As you know I am owner of www.maineflyfish.com and head guide at www.mainefishingadventures.com. But I also work 50 hours a week at UPS, so I have very limited time off. You would think on my day off from it all, … Continue reading

Women in Fly Fishing

Over the last few years I have seen a trend in the industry that suggests this is not only just a man’s sport, but more and more women love to fly fish. There are many companies who are creating lines … Continue reading

Traditions

Traditions, Every family has them, but mine are a little different than most. My family traditions revolve around fishing every year. Every year we head to Old Orchard Beach for a day of fun in the sun and then we … Continue reading

East-West ME

I try to stay away from the politics but I think this issue affects us all and I think we all need to learn some more about the East-West Highway.

On My Own in Florida: Part 2

After spending the day fishing with Capt. Dino for false Albacore in Jupiter, Florida , I drove to Marco Island, Ft. Myers and into the Everglades in search of trying to catch different species of fish on my own. Well … Continue reading