4 Ways To Catch More Tailwater Trout

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By Kyle Wilkinson If the arrival of winter does not signal an end to your fishing, chances are good you’re going to be spending some time on a tailwater in the months to come. While the issue of dams and rivers is clearly a topic for another...



Don’t Gink it, Sink It

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By Kent Klewein Ever been on a trout stream during a blanket hatch and no matter how many times you drift your floating imitation over the rising fish, it's ignored? I've experienced this frustrating situation many times on the water. When this happened in the past, I...



8 Tips For Retrieving The Fly When Bonefishing

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By Louis Cahill You’ve spotted the bonefish and made the perfect cast, what now? The retrieve is where the magic happens. It’s your sales pitch to the fish and if you want to seal the deal you have to make that fly act like food. It’s a...



3 Tips for tying better fishing knots

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Nothing else you do on the water matters if your knot doesn’t hold. You want to land that fish, right? Then you’d better pay attention to your knot tying. I don’t know of anything that feels worse than losing a nice fish over a weak knot....



Sunday Classic / Spring Bass Tactics for Southern Appalachian Lakes

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SPRING BASS FISHING TACTICS FOR FLY ANGLERS INTERESTED IN SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN RESERVOIRS. There’s tons of lakes readily available for fly fisherman to catch bass throughout the Southern Appalachian region. Unfortunately, these lakes aren’t your two-acre farm pond in your backyard or subdivision that you grew...