Assault on the Au Sable

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By Jason Tucker Commercial fish farming threatens one of the world’s best dry fly streams. Is it too late to save it? Michigan is a dream destination for any fly fisher, with a volume and variety of water, species and opportunities that draw anglers from around the...



Saturday Shoutout / The Legend of Jimmy

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Not just a fly fishing legend, Jim Teeny is one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. This video with Jim by David Green and H&H Outfitters caught my eye. I thought it was worth sharing for a couple of reasons. I don't know Jim well,...



Buster Wants to be a Fly Fishing Guide

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Every couple of months, for about the last ten years, I've been contacted by recreational fly fisherman around the country, asking me to give them advice on how to go about becoming a fly fishing guide. Choosing to become a full-time fly fishing guide is...



Can Anglers and Trout Have Mutual Admiration?

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WHAT COMES TO MIND WHEN YOU LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH? This photograph reminds me of the blissful feeling I'm overcome with, just before I release a big beautiful trout back into the wild. There's something very special about the last few seconds that an angler spends...



Saturday Shoutout / Arctic Unicorns

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I do love me some char! This trailer for the film "Arctic Unicorns" by Western Waters features some pretty awesome footage of char fishing in the Arctic. The film makers went on a quest to catch huge brook trout, Dolly Varden and Arctic char. And did...