My goal with this web site is to help fly anglers catch more fish, not only more fish but different fish. Being a multi species angler there is nothing like catching a new species on the fly. Channel Cats, Walleye, Carp, Freshwater Drum, there are just so many species the fly angler can persue it is unbelievable.

If you read some of my articles you will find some good pointers that will help you catch more and bigger fish. There are some that will make you think back on how you started fly fishing and how you have progessed through the years, others will give you tips where to find fish, and yet others on how to tie different flies. They are there for you to enjoy.

Through the years I have been blessed with opportunities in this sport. Being born and bred in Winnipeg I never thought I would have been involved in the movie industry as a casting instructor but it happened. I have also had the opportunity to be involved in T.V. and radio productions as well as writing articles for American Angler, Canadian Fly Fisher, The Outdoor Edge, and other regional magazines.

The last item I would like to mention is one of the flies that I created, the DDH Leech. This fly has travelled the world being sent to Austrailia, Belgium, France, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, England, Germany, New Zealand, Malayasia, Serbia, Solvainia, and all accross the U.S. and Canada. It has taken 89 species of fish so far in both fresh and salt water. Bonefish, Snook, Tarpon, Permit, Redfish, Flounder, Pike, Walleye, Rainbows, Brown, Channel Cats, Carp, the list goes on. I never thought one of my patterns would garner so much attention, never mind the accolades. All I know is that this fly just flat out catches fish no matter where you go.

I hope you enjoy this website and if you have any questions at all feel free to contact me.

Good health, good friends, and good fishing.



2 Responses to About

  1. Rick Hurst says:


    Great site. I really enjoyed the article on Catfish. In fact I have used a DDH Leech that I tied using Stu’s dubbing (maroon head and tan body) and caught two of them (28″ and 32″) first time out for Cats at Lockport.

    Keep up the good work.

    • flyfisheranonymous says:

      Thanks Rick, if there is anything you would like to see let me know. I still have a few more articles to go through and will be posting them shortly.

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