Sunday Classic / If You’re Not Looking For Trout, You’re Missing Out

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One of the things I always stress to my clients is the importance of always keeping an eye out for trout on the water. The first thing I do when I walk up to a prime piece of trout water, is take a minute or...



Saturday Shoutout / A River’s Last Chance

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The story of how the Eel River ran dry. This beautiful film by Shane Anderson tells the story of how weed and wine dried up the Eel River, California’s larger wild steelhead and salmon river. It’s worth watching just for the footage of wild fish and...



New Spectrum Fly Reels From Sage

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Three new reel families from the folks at Sage. Sage has rethought their line of fly reels this season and introduces the Spectrum, Spectrum LT and Spectrum Max. These reels build on the Sage features we’ve come to trust with some new technology. All three families...



There’s No Right Answer

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I have some bad news for you. You’re not doing it right. I was reading an article on fishing streamers and the author was pressing the importance of neutral buoyancy. The idea being that the fly neither sinks, nor floats. His assertion being that, when fished...



4 Tips For Capturing Better Release Shots of Your Fish

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YOUR BEST SHOT AT CAPTURING A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH OF YOU AND YOUR CATCH, IS FIRST HAVING SOMEONE ALONG WITH YOU THAT'S COMPETENT WITH A CAMERA IN THEIR HANDS. But even a world class photographer will tell you, it's extremely difficult getting those picture perfect photographs, if...