The fall season is rapidly concluding for most of us living within the musky range. Additionally the open seasons for muskellunge fishing in some parts of the country are drawing to an end as well. But for anglers who still have time to catch their fish of a lifetime, or have plans to fish again next fall and brave the physically and mentally demanding challenges this great sport of ours brings, I have some insights to share with Cortland Line readers which I hope will lead to a more memorable and successful experience on the water.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Cortland’s Opaque White Indicator Mono is a very unique new offering that anglers are going to want in their arsenal. The opaque white mono maintains strong visibility in many light conditions, but white mono sitting on the surface and held off the water allows an angler to target spooky fish in clear water. Our Opaque White mono is a solid white with no dyes or residue and the white color won’t fade in the sun.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Monday, September 30, 2013
About a month ago we received a photo of Jacob, a young Florida angler who recently began fly fishing with his new 444 Outfit. We wanted to share his excitement with you as he embarks on this angling journey. While family and school comes first, we'll let the pictures do the talking for how Jacob now spends his free time.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Who is Cam Chioffi?http://www.usyouthflyfishingteam.com/)
Thursday, September 5, 2013
When(includes a rod tube), you cannot find a comparable specialized nymphing rod at this price point, and in fact they easily compete with rods costing 3 plus times more. They are designed to catch fish, with actions that are specifically tweaked for the deadly technique of Euro Nymphing, enabling you to turn over longer leaders & lightweight flies if necessary, while still giving you tippet protection. They also make fantastic wet fly/soft-hackle rods, due to their extra length & softer tips. These rods are all designed to balance nicely and be light in the hand to minimize fatigue. The #2 and #3 rods are ideally suited to Euro Nymphing, while the #4's crossover into both Euro & Indicator nymphing. To really maximize your rods performance for Euro Nymphing, consider matching it up with a Cortland Competition Nymph line and make a sighter out of Cortland’s brightly colored Inidcator Mono.
recently came out with their series of Competition Nymph fly rods, I was
pleasantly surprised at just how damn good they actually are. At $219.95