Fly Fishing

The art of fly fishing

Join me on the adventure of fly fishing!  Everything you need to know about hand tied flies, equipment, the basics, and of course my pro tips. From kayaking down the Guadalupe river for rainbows, to fishing for Tarpon in the bay of Port O’Connor. I will show you how to do it all on Hudson’s Fishing Adventures!

I have always loved fishing, but eventually I realized I not only wanted to be a master of basic fishing. But to be a master of every different type of fishing!

And over hundreds and hundreds of fishing trips, I have become an expert at all different kinds of fishing. Fly fishing being one of my favorites. And on my website and YouTube channel, I will show all of you how to master the art of fishing yourself!

fly fishing

If you are reading this, it most likely means you are, or want to be a fly fishermen or women. And I can tell you right now, that flies are one of the hardest fishing techniques to master. It will take a lot of practice, but in the end, it is worth it by a long shot! Fly rods are not only a way to fish and have fun! But is also a great way to connect with nature. Every time I go fishing with fly poles, I feel like I am in a different world.

The beautiful fish and scenery + the relaxing ways of the water all combine to make fly fishing the most skilled, yet relaxing thing to do! I will show you all the ways to fly fishing, and all you have to do is practice. Fishing can also be an amazing way to practice patience.

Some times it can take a few hours before you get that Rainbow on your line, but just stay focused and keep fishing, and it will all be worth it when you see that strike indicator go under, or that rod tip begins to bow!

Fly Fishing

Casting and working the lure is one part of the game, but the other part is landing the fish. When fishing with flies, you use barb less hooks, because Trout are extremely sensitive, and by using barb less hooks, you can loose the fish quite often, so just keep practicing, and after some practice and dedication, you will learn how to make the fish follow the bait!

Hudson’s Fishing Adventures

The art of fly fishing

Join me on the adventure of fly fishing!  Everything you need to know about hand tied flies, equipment, the basics, and of course my pro tips. From kayaking down the Guadalupe river for rainbows, to fishing for Tarpon in the bay of Port O’Connor. I will show you how to do it all on Hudson’s Fishing Adventures!

I have always loved fishing, but eventually I realized I not only wanted to be a master of basic fishing. But to be a master of every different type of fishing!

And over hundreds and hundreds of fishing trips, I have become an expert at all different kinds of fishing. Fly fishing being one of my favorites. And on my website and YouTube channel, I will show all of you how to master the art of fishing yourself!

fly fishing

If you are reading this, it most likely means you are, or want to be a fly fishermen or women. And I can tell you right now, that flies are one of the hardest fishing techniques to master. It will take a lot of practice, but in the end, it is worth it by a long shot! Fly rods are not only a way to fish and have fun! But is also a great way to connect with nature. Every time I go fishing with fly poles, I feel like I am in a different world.

The beautiful fish and scenery + the relaxing ways of the water all combine to make fly fishing the most skilled, yet relaxing thing to do! I will show you all the ways to fly fishing, and all you have to do is practice. Fishing can also be an amazing way to practice patience.

Some times it can take a few hours before you get that Rainbow on your line, but just stay focused and keep fishing, and it will all be worth it when you see that strike indicator go under, or that rod tip begins to bow!

Fly Fishing

Casting and working the lure is one part of the game, but the other part is landing the fish. When fishing with flies, you use barb less hooks, because Trout are extremely sensitive, and by using barb less hooks, you can loose the fish quite often, so just keep practicing, and after some practice and dedication, you will learn how to make the fish follow the bait!

Hudson’s Fishing Adventures