Entries by Jon Ray

Winter Steelhead – Pic of the Day

Kevin Feenstra shares one of his amazing images from a chilly day on the Muskegon River.   Catching Ice covered steel with @drewrosema #steelhead #flyfishing #ontheswing @hedronflashabou @scottflyrods @scientificanglers A post shared by Kevin Feenstra (@kevinfeenstra) on Dec 13, 2017 at 6:44pm PST

Big and Hungry

I’ll be hosting a trip to fish for Dorado in late January 2019 and this video gives you a little taste of what these fish can do.  Here is some additional information about the trip on in the Destination Travel section of the Hawkins Outfitters website. You can also contact me directly via the contact […]

Fish Weight – Pic of the Day

Fish Weight Its been a year of big water and big steelhead. This pic of the day symbolizes some of the size that we have been encountering. This year has been tough for me to judge the weight of some of these giants. As I’m not a fan of the boga grip to determine weight, […]

SA New Video – Tiny Piece of All of US

Amazing company making the best fly lines in the world.  Plus they are based in Michigan.  Check out this new video by SA. Tiny Pieces of All of Us from Scientific Anglers on Vimeo. For Scientific Anglers, fly fishing is a passion. It’s something we live and breathe day in and day out. Every fly […]

Pic of the Day – 25lb Redfish

Kean Oh shared this picture of his Louisiana Redfish that he caught with Capt. Allen of Sight Fish NC . Kean wearing his lucky Digital Camo hat on this trip.  Thanks for sharing the pic Kean, great looking Redfish.  

New Dri Duck Swing Hat

Have add another hat to the arsenal , wanted a wax cotton type hat for the cool wet fall days of fall.  After wearing this hat for a few days during 2 of the wettest days of the fall .  The new Dri Duck Mangled Fly Hat is a keeper.  This hat dries really fast, […]

Jungle Fish – Costa Sunglasses

Follow a group of anglers as they uncover an ancient fish in the heart of a south-American rainforest. If they can figure out how to catch them on a fly rod, the fish could save the local community.