Fishing In A Crowd Of Your Choosing

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By David Grossman Solitude is one of those ideals we all tout when asked the question, why we fish. I plan, barter, and beg sometimes for weeks just to realize a few hours of it. But when it comes to being a better fisherman, solitude might...



Winter Fishing: Keeping Warm and Safe 

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Winter can be a beautiful and exciting time for fly-fishing, but not without its risks. “How important is it to carry a change of clothes?” a reader asked me the other day. “Well,” I thought, “I guess that depends on whether or not you fall in.”...



Sunday Classic / Guide Thoughts

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"Sometimes, I wonder if I made the right decision when I chose to guide in my home state. But then again, when you guide, it always seem like there's greener pastures afar. When I find myself having those thoughts, I just reflect back on why...



The Guy In Brown

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By Brian Kozminski From a distance, whether mowing the lawn, tending to the animals, or cutting wood, I can recognize the “Fa-Thump, Fa-thump, Fa-Thump” amplified rotation of the tires and diesel engine working up the motivation to travel up the long hill a mile away from...



Saturday Shoutout / SCOF on TU

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Writing for Southern Culture on the fly, Christian Fichtel hold Trout Unlimited’s feet t the fire. Has TU crossed the line from conservation organization to fishing club? That’s the question Christian Fichtel asks in this insightful piece. I’ve heard this tossed around for years but as...