Our team believes that fly fishing can literally make us better people. In a nutshell—by spending more time in nature and connecting with our surroundings we develop peace and patience in daily life. This is a very cool thing AND is very worthy of some gratitude.

We wish to share our deep respect for the environments we fish in, and the fish that we catch. If we can help develop an increase in respect for even one angler that would mean a great deal.

Because of this, sharing information and research on the culture, philosophy and environmental impact is very important to publish on fishipants.

Chuck and Eric Fly Fishing New Mexico
We wish to share our deep respect for the environments we fish in, and the fish that we catch. If we can help develop an increase in respect for even one angler that would mean a great deal.

Because of this, sharing information and research on the culture, philosophy and environmental impact is very important to publish on fishipants.

Our aim and direction with fishipants is to inspire beginner fly anglers, share tips / experiences with more experienced fly fishers, talk about all the glorious gear this sport has to offer, share knowledge / experience of fly tying and create community.

Moreover, we absolutely LOVE the mystical and magical qualities of fly fishing… Trying to articulate what it is that draws us to the river at 6am… Writing about fly fishing in a poetic, almost spiritual fashion, is something that we love to do and feel is important.

Lastly, it is critical to us that we call ourselves out when it comes to respecting our environment and the aquatic species we, as fly fishers are in relationship with. We desire to leave this sport (and our world) better than we found it. We strive to find ways to give back and help set the next generation up to experience the same (or greater) purity than we have had the fortune to experience.