The SA Skagit Extreme Intermediate, Better Casts, Better Swings, More Fish

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In the end it all comes down to this. A better head means more fish. I had the opportunity to try out the Scientific Anglers Skagit Extreme Intermediate head while fishing the Deschutes river this September. It didn't take long for me to fall in love....



River Of Dreams

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By Louis Cahill I DREAM OF WAKING IN A FOREST. Or where a forest had been, now sooty black. Smoke swirls, orange eyes peer from hunks of coal. Charred trees accuse the sky. White ashes whirl in the air, angels lifted to heaven. I've slept through some...



Saturday Shoutout / Wild Steelheaders United

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THIS WEEK TROUT UNLIMITED LAUNCHED A BOLD NEW EFFORT. Wild Steelheaders United is taking on the task of bringing Steelheaders together under one tent to work for the protection of this embattled species. Sounds like a no-brainer but when no two groups can even agree on...



Saturday Shoutout / Fall Run

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THIS FILM BY TODD MOEN IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE FLY FISHING FILMS EVER. Anyone who has ever fished for steelhead will feel their heart pounding in the first few minutes of this film. The amazing shots of fish and water alone are enough to have...



Sunday Classic / Anchor Placement When Space Is Tight

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You could write a book about anchor placement in Spey casting. In fact, I feel sure several have been written. Rightfully so, since anchor placement is the foundation on which a good Spey cast is built. For those who are not aware, the anchor is where...