We are so excited to have the opportunity to have this new video in stock at the shop. This is an amazing documentary about the driftless region that is so beautiful it is hard to put into words. I know it is not a fishing grip and grin video but those of you that love the driftless will get a new look it exactly what it is all about. What Decoding The Driftless is all about. Emmy Award-winning filmmakers George Howe and Tim Jacobson of Sustainable Driftless and Rob Nelson of Untamed Science have teamed up again to…Details
The guest speaker on December 5th for Classic Anglers of Wisconsin will be Damian Wilmot from Fly by Night Guide Service. The talk will be held at Legends Brewhouse and Eatery at 7:00PM and is free to the public. Damians program will be on-Seasons of the Brule. Damian will talk about the amazing history of the Brule River, the night fishing, bird hunting and of course the powerful steelhead of the river. Damian is one of the most dynamic speakers you will hear so don’t miss this one! Damian has been guiding fly-fisherman on the trout waters of Northern Wisconsin…Details
As usual Tight Lines will be open for our impromptu holiday get together Christmas Eve! Join the entire Tight Lines including all of our guides for a cold beer or a cup of coffee. Stop on in for your last minute holiday gifts or just come by for some holiday cheer with your friends at the shop. We look forward to seeing all of you!
Shop will be open Christmas Eve. 10:00am-2:00pm
Tight Lines is open Christmas Eve from 10-3 for an informal get together. This has been a tradition for many years at the shop. Stop by to say hello to all of your friends and have a bit of holiday cheer with all of us at Tight Lines.
Everything but the squeal Smallmouth fun on the Menominee River by Tom Davis – Tuesday, Jul 5th, 2016 A smallmouth bass was rushing Winston Ostrow’s bug in skinny water, pushing a tsunami-sized bow wave, and I was squealing like a little girl. OhmygodWinstondoyouseethatherehecomesohmygodthat’sunbelievable … Unlike me, Winston kept his wits about him—which is to say, he didn’t fall apart like a cheap suit and yank his bug off the water before the smallie could crush it. He coolly waited for the eat, and when it came—in a sudden, savage boil—he set the hook. The bass shot out of the Menominee…Details