Give It A Chance To Fail

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By Justin Pickett ON A RECENT FLOAT TRIP, LOUIS AND I WERE EXCITED (A.K.A. DROOLING) ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY TO THROW OUR FAIR SHARE OF STREAMERS ON A PIECE OF WATER THAT IS MORE ACCUSTOMED TO SEEING DRY/DROPPER AND INDICATOR RIGS. This river is full of big fish...



Sunday Classic / Poonshine

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It's sunny and sixty-eight degrees. Just a little breeze. It's mid-April. A perfect day for fishing in Bozeman, Montana. The trouble is, we're not in Bozeman. It's actually ten degrees warmer in Bozeman. I know this because my buddy Rich is looking at the weather on...



Skunked

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I POUR MYSELF A STIFF RYE WHISKY AND SETTLE IN ON THE COUCH TO WATCH THE RAIN. I'VE HAD THIS COMING TO ME FOR QUITE SOME TIME. There are no steelhead rivers in Georgia, or anywhere near Georgia. For me to chase these fish I love...



Fingers Crossed

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By Steven Brutger FOR MONTHS WE HAD OUR FINGERS CROSSED. Eying snow reports and talking to the few who had been in the mountains, we were cautiously optimistic. Despite a big snow year we had a shot at hitting it right. A few days too early and ice...



How I Almost Owned A Trout Stream

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By Jon Tobey NOW THAT THEY ARE SELLING IT, I CAN FINALLY TELL THE STORY OF WILLIAMSTOWN GULF. When my dad was in high school, he and his 3 best friends bought a trout stream. I know it sounds like something out of Trout Fishing in America,...