My Two Favorite Picky Trout Tailwater Nymphs | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

/ Posted on August 6, 2020 / by Kent Klewein One of many trophy browns taken on splitcase nymphs during our trip. Photo Louis Cahill Most of you are aware that Louis and I just got back from fly fishing and having Camp 4 Collective shoot our segment for Playground Earth, sponsored by BFGoodrich Tires. […]

Martin’s Boat – A Film By Pete McBride | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

/ Posted on August 5, 2020 / by Louis Cahill Take a few minutes to sit in the rowers seat with Grand Canyon legend Martin Litton. While this is not a fishing trip this beautiful film is full of heart pounding excitement and natural beauty, on one of the world’s greatest rivers. Martin’s Boat – […]

Information VS Knowledge  | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

Photos by Louis Cahill By Louis Cahill It’s a concept as simple as it is brilliant. A teacher can give you information, but until you have the experience and the context to have real understanding, you don’t have the knowledge. True knowledge will always trump information. That’s just common sense. I see a lot of […]

Joel vs The Shark | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

Max Pressure Photo by Louis Cahill My good friend Joel Dickey was not raised by wolves, but you might not believe it if you’ve ever seen him angry. With hair the color of a new penny and bright blue eyes that can be uncomfortably intense at times, the ruddy sun scorched complexion of a Bedouin, […]

Garner’s White Trash Bass Fly | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

Photo by Louis Cahill Want to catch big bass? How about really big bass? Striper fishing rivers in the south during the summer can be off the hook but it can also be challenging. Those big bruisers can get pretty damned selective and you a pattern that will get them moving. Nobody knows this game […]

Fly Fishing: The Woolly Bugger Isn’t all that, Or is it? | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

Rubber-legged Woolly Bugger. Photo By: Louis Cahill This isn’t Montana, Your Not Norman Maclean, and the Woolly Bugger isn’t all that. This was a bumper sticker a guide buddy of mine had printed up a few years back. It was prominently displayed for his clients to read when they pulled up to greet him. That’s […]

Streamer Fishing – Hands on the Line at All Times | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

/ Posted on July 27, 2020 / by Kent Klewein Notice the large distance your hand has to travel to get back to the fly line. Photo: Louis Cahill One of the biggest negatives with streamer fishing is you don’t always get solid hookups every time a fish eats your streamer. One of the biggest […]

Standing in the River Carrying a Torch | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

Photo by Louis Cahill Standing in the River Carrying a Torch A different kind of love story. Men and fish parted ways a long time ago. You couldn’t call it an amiable divorce. The fish got everything. The mountain streams, the lazy winding rivers, the deep blue sea, everything. Men had to pack their bags […]

The Persistent Angler | Fly Fishing | Gink and Gasoline | How to Fly Fish | Trout Fishing | Fly Tying

Photos by Louis Cahill By Louis Cahill The cool thing about fly fishing is that it offers such diversity. There is a species or a style of fishing every angler can enjoy. If you don’t like trout fishing, you may like bass or bonefish. If drifting dry flies isn’t your thing, stripping streamers may be. […]