Cut A Dovetail Every Day

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Woodworking has taught me a few things about fly fishing. Before Gink and Gasoline I was, for a time, very involved in the world of woodworking. I was fortunate to photograph and spend time working with some of the most talented folks in the field, many...



Angler Attitude Can Increase Success During Tough Fishing Conditions

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Editors Note: It is with great humility that I share this article. I do so because I think the message is sound. I'd like to say thanks to Kent for the kind words. - Louis By Kent Klewein I'M GRATEFUL TO HAVE A FULL-TIME FISHING PARTNER THAT...



Sunday Classic / Trout Utilize Shade Year Round and So Should Anglers

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When fly anglers bring up the topic of targeting shade in conversation for catching trout, most of the time they're talking about doing it during the dog days of summer. Although it's true that trout will regularly seek out shade (for cooler water) when water...



10 Tips to Keep You Catching Fish During Your Fly Fishing Travels

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It's easy to get out of your game when you're traveling and fly fishing a new piece of water. It has happened to me plenty of times, where I find myself fly fishing and going against all my fishing catching principles. Stick to what works...



Swinging Tandem Flies For Steelhead

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By Louis Cahill Most anglers successfully fish teams of flies for trout. Why not for their anadromous cousins? I was introduced to this idea by a good friend who is one of the fishiest guys I know. When swinging traditional flies on a floating line he always...