Tim Jacobs

Fly Fisher/Fly Tier/Author

Tim Jacobs, a native of Michigan, is a fly fisherman and fly tyer from the Roaring Fork Valley in Colorado.

He works as an instructor at the Michigan Youth Trout Camp each summer and for Project Healing Waters in Colorado.

Aside from published articles and the numerous clinics he conducts, Tim is a Federation of Fly Fishers certified casting instructor who taught Sage Casting Clinics during the 1990’s. He has guided in the Steamboat Springs area and the Roaring Fork Valley. Tim is also a demonstration fly tyer for the Whiting Farms Pro Team and Regal Vise Pro Staff.

Listen to Tim Jacobs's Shows...

Tying & Fishing Deer Hair Flies

Tim Jacobs uses many different materials to tie his flies but deer hair is his favorite. Whether it's trout or warmwater species deer hair flies can produce. Join us to learn about Tim's secrets to tying and fishing deer hair flies.

Tactics for Bass, Panfish, Pike & Other Warmwater Species

Tim Jacobs is a guide and FFI Certified Casting Instructor who fishes both the warm waters of the midwest and the cold waters of the Rocky Mountains. Tim will be sharing tactics including rigs, techniques and fly patterns that you can use to catch more bass. panfish, pike, and other warmwater species. Join us and learn Tim's secrets to warmwater fly fishing.

Just a few of the questions asked and answered during the interview:

  • Where do you do most of your warmwater fishing?
  • What does a fly fisher need to know about lakes to be productive?
  • Is it more productive to fly fishing from a boat?
  • How do you dissect an unknown lake?
  • What types of rods and lines do you need for warmwater fly fishing?
  • Where should you look for largemouth bass?
  • What is your primary method for finding fish?
  • What types of flies do you use for largemouth bass?
  • When fishing rivers for smallmouth bass, how do you work the water?
  • What's your go-to fly for smallmouth bass?
  • Where do the pike hold in the water column?
  • How do you rig up your leader and shock tippet for pike?
  • What are your favorite types of flies for pike?
  • Where is the best place to find pike?


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