11 Tips for Correctly Presenting Your Fly To Tarpon

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Anyone that's fly fished for tarpon probably knows how easy it is to present the fly incorrectly. If you miss your target, even by just a little bit, it can drastically lower your chances for getting a tarpon to eat. Cast the fly too close, and...



Sunday Classic / Tapping into your Subconscious Thinking

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For years, I've felt like my subconscious has put me in a zone on the water. One of the most stimulating and interesting TV shows that I take the time to watch every chance I get is "Through the Wormhole" on the Science Channel. Go ahead...



Saturday Shoutout / Bear Necessities 

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Summer fishing season brings anglers and bears together and not always for the best. Bears are a fact of life for fly anglers. Trout country is often bear country and a smart angler will be prepared for a run-in. Most bear encounters which end in an...



The Moth Larva Hatch

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By Kent Klewein AS I RELIVED LAST YEAR'S SPRING FISHING SEASON IN MY HEAD SEARCHING FOR THE PERFECT HATCH, THE COLOR OF BRIGHT GREEN BEGAN ENTERING MY CONSCIENCE, AND BAM! LIKE A SLAP TO THE FACE, IT HIT ME. Every year we get a month-long trout feeding...



Sunday Classic / Weight is Great

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I've hesitated to write on this topic because it seems so elementary. Sort of a fly fishing truism but I've been encouraged lately after reminding several of my friends who are highly experienced anglers of this simple fact. If you're fishing nymphs for trout and...