Whether you’re new to the world of fly fishing or a seasoned pro, Ontario OUT of DOOR’S experts share their know-how for every skill level.

Fly fishing lesson: track your way to better casting

by Rick Whorwood | February 8, 2018

During the years I taught fly casting, I noticed a common trait among learners. Most had a difficult time tracking a straight line with their arm outside their body. My simple test of this ability...

Carp on the fly

by Ryan Sparks | July 24, 2017

Most people scoff at carp. Then again, most people have never caught one. To catch them on a fly is one of fishing’s greatest challenges.

The fundamentals of safe wading

by Dan Kennaley | June 22, 2016

I always try to exercise caution and good judgment when I’m wading. Here are a few tips I’ve picked up along the way.

A season for pressure-free fly tying

by Peter Charles | December 15, 2015

An opportunity to replenish your boxes for the season ahead

A Novice's Guide to Fly Fishing

by Ray Blades | June 26, 2014

It's much more than tweed jackets and ascots.

Steelheading Ontario’s West Coast

by Dan Kennaley | November 13, 2013

Make the most out of Lake Huron’s tributaries.

DIY flies for rainbow trout

by Dan Kennaley | November 13, 2013

Two great options for steelheading Ontario's West Coast.

Big flies for big pike

by Dan Kennaley | June 1, 2013

You don't need to strong arm pike to trigger a strike.

The truth about trout lies

by Dan Kennaley | April 24, 2013

Knowing what makes a good trout hangout is half the battle.