The Toughest Water in Wyoming

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"HOW WAS YOUR DAY?" ASKED THE GUY AT THE FLY SHOP COUNTER. "WELL," I ANSWERED, "I FISHED THE TOUGHEST WATER IN WYOMING." Everyone rolled their eyes. This was exactly the response I expected. Working at a fly shop in Jackson hole, I imagine, you get to listen...



Fly Fishing Photo Caption Contest – T Shirt Give Away

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OUR LAST CAPTION CONTEST WAS SUCH A HIT WE DECIDED NOT TO WAIT SO LONG BEFORE WE RAN ANOTHER. Come up with a funny caption for this photo and leave it as a comment on the post. (please do not email entries) we will pick our...



Bonefish On Bamboo

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I'LL BE HONEST, WHEN BROWER MOFFIT PUT THIS BEAUTIFUL, FLAMED, THOMAS AND THOMAS NINE WEIGHT SALTWATER PROTOTYPE CANE ROD IN MY HAND MY EXPECTATIONS WERE LIMITED. Saltwater bamboo? This has got to be a gimmick, I thought. A rod designed to separate some wealthy fellow from...



Sunday Classic / Browns on the Move

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Fall through winter is a busy time of year for trout. Water temperatures are falling, days are getting shorter and big fish are on the move. Among the species that spawn in the fall are Brown Trout. The cooling weather and longer nights are their...



Saturday Shoutout / Fires Creek In Peril

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THERE ARE FEW SUBJECTS THAT I'M AS PASSIONATE ABOUT AS WILD TROUT. Doubly so when the trout in question are at risk. These issues get a lot of attention in the west but are often ignored here in the southeast. The treasures of the Appalachians are,...