If The River Was Whisky

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“If the river was whisky and I was a diving duck, I’d dive to the bottom and never come up.” - Muddy Waters. Whisky and fly fishing just seem to go together. I’m certainly guilty of carrying a flask of rye on the river from time...



4 Tips For Stocking Bonefish Flies

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By Kent Klewein If you're planning your first bonefish adventure it's really important that you stock your saltwater fly box with a well rounded selection of fly patterns. Although bonefish aren't known for being super selective feeders, stocking the right flies and knowing which pattern to fish...



The Incredible Ethical Egg

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By Herman DeGala When I started fly fishing years ago, I was told that fishing egg patterns was indicative of questionable angling ethics. What I discovered was that it was not so much the flies themselves, but how they were used. I don’t fish to spawning...



How Fly-Fishing Could Actually Make America Great Again

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Could fly-fishing be the answer to America’s divisive politics? I have a hard and fast rule concerning politics on G&G. There’s no place for it. I have never discussed my political views here and I’m not going to start now. I am, however, going to look...



Sunday Classic / The Sugar Foot

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I SPEND AS MUCH TIME AS POSSIBLE WATCHING BONEFISH CHASE FLIES. If you do it long enough you're bound to learn something. In the average presentation you want to lead and cross a fish. Therefore, when the bonefish first sees your fly, he sees its profile....