New Orvis Ultra-Light Wading Gear: Video

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Orvis had some new wading options for anglers on the go. The new Orvis Ultra-Light Waders, boots and jacket were designed with the traveling angler in mind. They offer durable wading solutions with out the weight or size of traditional wading gear. The new seam technology...



The Hydropsyche With Peacock Quills

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By Herman deGala Here’s some advanced technique for tying flies with peacock quills. Fly tying has always been the art of linking a series of techniques to achieve an overall design. Innovative techniques are often a result of problem solving. I have always enjoyed the look of...



Better Down Stream Presentations & Drifts

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HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU BEEN TROUT FISHING AND SPOTTED A BIG TROUT POSITIONED DOWN AND ACROSS STREAM OF YOU FEEDING? I know I've seen it plenty of times on the water, and it always seems like those fish are always positioned just out of reach...



Fishing Streamers Is Still All About Presentation

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STREAMER JUNKIES, AND I INCLUDE MYSELF, GET A BAD RAP FROM THE DRY FLY CROWD. In some places they even go so far as to call them lures, rather than streamers. The dyed-in-the-wool purest would portray those of us with the nerve to fish a four-...



The Stickman P-5 Fly Rod Reviewed 

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As soon as you take the Stickman P-5 out of it’s tube you know you have something special. The leather patch sewn to the tube, which bears the name Stickman, and the natural linen rod sock trimmed in black are your first clues that this 9-foot,...