Saturday Shoutout / Tough Love

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Mike Sepelak learns a lesson about bonefishing and getting your head right. Not the first guy to learn a life lesson from bonefish guide Torrie Bevins, and surely not the last. This is a great storie about turning a tough day into a magical one. A...



Competition Casting Tips From Tim Rajeff

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Whether you want to be a winning competition caster or just want more distance for your fly fishing, Tim Rajeff has some tips for you. When Tim decided he wanted to beat his Brother Steve, the reigning world casting champion, he had to learn a whole...



Fly Tying Tip: Use Contrast Colors For Your Tying Desk

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It doesn’t matter if you have been tying flies for one week or thirty years. Chances are, right now, your tying desk is a chaotic mess of thread, feathers, furs, hooks, and beads. It’s just a fact of the tying life. Despite all of the drawers,...



Drop-Offs Are Trout Hot-Spots

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Adjacent - just before, after, lying near; neighboring Drop-offs located adjacent to shallow water are trout magnets. The slower moving water and cover found downstream of drop-offs are the two main reasons trout are drawn here. If you're looking for super consistent water where you can almost...



Echo EPR Saltwater Fly Rod Review

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I’ll put this simply. The Echo EPR out fishes rods at twice the price. Let me tell you a story about how I fell in love with this rod the first time I cast it. I did something I’d tell any angler to never do. I...