G&G #keepemwet Photo Contest Winners

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By Justin Pickett The results from the G&G #keepemwet Photo Contest are in! Thanks to all of you that entered your photos for this year’s Keep ‘Em Wet photo contest! We are always excited to see the photos that our readers submit and, once again, you guys...



Know Your Backing

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By Jesse Lowry Seeing your backing on your first bonefish trip is a pretty awesome feeling. You’ve hooked into a fish that can swim nearly 40 mph and your reel is singing a song I would gladly listen to all day. After your reel has been singing...



8 Common Mistakes Anglers Make Fighting Trout

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IF I LOOKED BACK ON MY EARLY FLY FISHING DAYS AND HAD TO GRADE MY FISH FIGHTING SKILLS, IT WOULD YIELD A DISCOURAGING REPORT CARD. I lost way more fish than I actually landed during those first few years after picking up a fly rod. I'll...



Dead or Alive

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by: Landon Mayer On many Colorado tailwaters, such as the Fryingpan, Blue, or Taylor, a good Mysis pattern is money. With so many Mysis shrimp patterns on the market, finding the best one can be problematic. Many lack the movement and color of the natural crustaceans....



Matching the Hatch With Streamers

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By Louis Cahill Imitation and presentation, even with streamers. It was a bluebird day and we were launching the boat about 9 AM. No need to get moving any earlier with the chilly morning and the generation schedule. We’d run shuttle and be on the water at...