Letters From The Vice: Why TU?

Letters From The Vice: Why TU?

To understand “Why Trout Unlimited” you need to know what the organization stands for, what it set forward and changed the habits of fisherman around the United States and beyond.

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IRON FLY Official Unofficial F3T AFTER PARTY!

IRON FLY Official Unofficial F3T AFTER PARTY!

Join us after the SLC F3T movie premier. Don’t have a ticket to F3T we have your back. We will be showing past F3T videos while we wait for the more organized movie goers finish up with the actual premier. Do you think you are the shit at tying flies?  Do you have the newest secret fly or hard to get materials?  Are you so fucking bad ass that you can cure UV glue by merely looking at it?  Do you think you have what it takes to carry the title “IRON FLY Champion”?  Do you like to party?  Well if so then you might want to grab a couple of your best friends (newbies preferred) and check out an IRON FLY. IRON FLY is fly tying meets Iron Chef as tiers compete in a battle of partying skills and bobbin prowess to make the ultimate fish snack from the same set of mystery ingredients.  Race against your liver and your competitors to show the panel of judges that your vice has the spice. This is not a “fly tying tournament”.  Irresponsible behavior will be loosely tolerated and asshats kicked directly in the face. Prizes provided by: BACKCOUNTY.COM – RISING – ELECTRIC – RAINYS – TACKY – BRIGHTON ANGLERS – SIMMS – COSTA – POSTFLY – REPYOURWATER – MONDO FLYFISHING – PIG FARM INK FREE ENTRY for Fly Fisherman – $10 cash for bait fisherman. DATE: February 22nd. TIME: 8PM-Bitchin’ LOCATION: Fisher Brewery, 320 W 800 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101... read more
An Australian chasing trout in New Zealand.

An Australian chasing trout in New Zealand.

Stalk Site Present – 4 days in the Southland NZ By Clay Wells @clayflies   Living in Melbourne Australia, I frequent my local shop ‘ Hurleys Flyfishing‘ and have become friendly with the owner Gavin Hurley. Gavin has recently opened up a shop in Lumsden NZ where he has a holiday home which doubles as accomodation for us fisherman looking for some trophy browns. Trawling through his Facebook posts on NZ, I had to work out a window of when I could get down there and try my luck. Thankfully a 6am direct 3 hour flight into Queenstown, an airport pick up from Gav’s wife Deb and an hour later driving along lakes, rivers and through valleys I am in the midst of trout Mecca. I settled into my room, unpacked my fishing gear and set up my rig. Being so keen I had a little time to kill before Gavin was back from a morning fish to pick me up. I did a quick walkabout tour of Lumsden. A quiet little town with a small skate park, an old train line, the Lumsden Pub, a couple of cafes, supermarket, chemist and of course Hurleys Flyfishing store where you can meet and get local tips and flies from Trevor the store manager. By 2pm Gav had us site casting to some big browns in some backwaters of the lower Oreti River. There had been a little rain the night before and the Barometer had dropped so the fishing was a little tough. The fish were spooky and sitting in close amongst the trees and shadows. It took some Tippett... read more
Annual Provo River Clean Up 2017

Annual Provo River Clean Up 2017

Its like Voltron except instead of 5 mini-lion robots becoming a big mega-robot its the number 1 fly-fishing e-tailer and the leading youth inspired fly-fishing blog forming an amazing content generating team to get people excited about fly-fishing!

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Voices from the River: Enhance your skills at fishing shows

Voices from the River: Enhance your skills at fishing shows

I grew up on the East Coast and fished a lot of small streams and deep hidden ponds in the White Mountains during my adolescent years. I did do a fair amount of surf casting, but I never developed the need to incorporate a double haul into my casting. This past summer I met up with the Brighton Anglers group to go to Trout Camp in northeastern Saskatchewan, Canada and learned to double haul while there. Now how do I perfect it?

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Gramming into 2017

Gramming into 2017

I have been cruising the usual social media channels lately and seen several posts, images and links to subjects you should do and or follow in the new year. So I decided to build out a small list of characters that are solid people to follow on Instagram into 2017.

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Tips For RL Trout Camp

Tips For RL Trout Camp

Now that the summer is finished and winter is upon us, its time to reflect on one of the best trips the Brighton Anglers Crew has taken yet far.

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Provo River Clean Up Wrap Up

Provo River Clean Up Wrap Up

We want to send out a huge thanks to everyone who got involved in our Provo River Clean Up. It was a great success. We couldn’t have done it with out you… A lot of trash was taken away from the river. We filled two dumpsters and a trailer full of garbage. Amongst all the flip flops, cans and plastic bottles we found some interesting junk as well, a sunken canoe, torn raft, blown out tires, money safe, mattress and inner tubes. Thanks again for taking time out of your busy week and giving up a Saturday to help clean up after other people. We had a great time and hope you did as well. Next years clean up will be held on Earth Day May 22. Mark your calendars. 🙂 A big shout out to our partners. Waldorf Astoria Park City, Rocky Mountain Outfitters, Flut FlyRods, Hardy Flyfishing, Cabelas, Coalatree, Wasatch Guide Service, Rising, Fish On Energy, Tenkara Rod Co., Skullcandy, GoalZero, Fish In Peace, Souplefly, Tacky, Blue Halo, Drop Jaw Flies, Flycraft, Fishwest, Utah DNR, Trout Unlimited, Pepsi, Redbull and Cameron Kirby for making a sweet little edit of the day… Provo River Clean Up 2016 from Brighton Anglers on Vimeo.... read more
Provo River CleanUp and BBQ

Provo River CleanUp and BBQ

This years river cleanup event will be held on May 7th, 2015 from 7AM to 3PM. Lunch at 12:00PM. Awards & Raffle at 2:30PM. Vivian Park Pavilion 1 in Provo Canyon.   Attendees are requested to safely collect trash along the Provo River and deliver it to Vivian Park Pavilion 1. In exchange for their garbage, they will be given 1 voucher for a free lunch (redeemed between 12:00 and 2PM) and a prize drawing ticket. The prize drawing will be held at 2:30PM. Must be present to win. No family members, sponsors, or organizers are eligible.   We have secured more than a dozen sponsors that include fly shops, fly fishing equipment and apparel manufacturers, and local businesses. These sponsors will provide prizes, food, and other event support personnel and services.   Fish For Garbage promotes a simple concept: Fill your fishing net full of garbage every time you leave the river after fishing. They have created an Instagram page found at @fishforgarbage.   Limited information is also available at www.fishforgarbage.org.   Brighton Resort Goal Zero BlackStrap Brighton Anglers Rising Fish Utah Stream Access Coalition Coalatree Blue Halo Tacky Fly Fishing Fishwest Hardy Fly Fishing FishOn Energy Co. Tenkara Rod Co. Sundance Mountain Resort Drop Jaw Flies Flycraft Causwell Cabela’s... read more

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