Sunday Classic / Drift Boat And Car Renting Tips Abroad

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When you're traveling abroad on a fly fishing trip that you've meticulously planned out for months in advance, the last thing you want to deal with is equipment problems. That was exactly the case Louis and I ran into several years ago heading out to...



Fly Fishing, No Pain No Gain

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Have you ever felt like this when you got back to the truck after a long day of fishing? Giving it my all on the water is a trait I strongly believe in for my fishing and guiding. I always try to make a point to...



3 Bad Habits That Lose Big Fish

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By Louis Cahill Tired of hooking big fish just to lose them in the fight? This came up the other day when I was fishing with a buddy. Like too many anglers, he’d been losing big fish, one after the next, over the same simple mistakes. It...



Sunday Classic / Fight The Good Fight, in Saltwater or Fresh

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MY FRIEND KIRK DEETER SAYS FRESHWATER AND SALTWATER FLY FISHING ARE, "TWO ENTIRELY DIFFERENT SPORTS PLAYED WITH THE SAME EQUIPMENT." In essence that is true and Kirk's point is doubly true. Anyone who's tried both can attest to that, but some of that equipment looks more...



Soft Presentation With Tim Rajeff

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Tim Rajeff shows you two effective styles of soft presentation casts. Whether you’re offering a #20 spinner to a sipping trout or tossing a toad to a lunker tarpon, a soft presentation is key to success. Too many anglers struggle with making an accurate cast that...