Hey! What’s Your Spey? “I’ve been doing the two-handed gig for just over a decade now -which isn’t that long of a time. However, I’ve seen a LOT of changes in the past 10+ years. Spey used to mean loong rods (13.5′-18′-my first rod was a 14′ 9wt.) and the lines were mostly longer belly.. read more →

Wanna go fly fishing for steelhead?  Wanna hold one of these spunky wild trout?  Then join the owner of CrossCurrents Fly Shop, Chris Strainer, as he presents his do-it-yourself steelheading adventures in Northern British Columbia Thursday, February 6th, 2014 at 6:30pm at Montana Wild. The Skeena River system is the last stronghold of WILD steelhead.. read more →

Spey casting originated in the heart of Scotland during the mid 1800’s. It was deemed “spey casting” because the cast was most likely developed by anglers who fished the river Spey for Atlantic Salmon. Around 30 years ago this style of casting made its way into North America via the Pacific Northwest when certain anglers.. read more →