The Stickman T-7: Return of the 7 Weight

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The 7 Weight is the middle child of fly fishing. A 7 weight fly rod is the most versatile tool in the fly anglers box. The number of species and techniques that are perfect for the 7 weight is staggering, and yet this versatile rod is...



The Right Stuff: Video

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You know that feeling when you hook a fish and everything goes wrong? I saw that play out just recently, and I saw a great, if not unconventional, recovery. I was fishing with Jesse Lowry on South Andros. Jesse hooked a nice bonefish and things went...



Getting in Bed With Bass, Part 2

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By Justin Pickett It’s time to get serious about catching that trophy bass. In part one we covered the when, where and how of fishing to bass on beds. Now we’re going to talk about the get, flies and presentations that make for success. The Presentation So, you’ve...



6 Tips for Catching Suspended Trout

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ONE OF THE TOUGHEST SITUATIONS I'VE ENCOUNTERED TROUT FISHING OVER THE YEARS, IS WHEN TROUT ARE SUSPENDED IN THE WATER COLUMN AND FEEDING IN A STATIONARY POSITION. These trout are usually too deep to persuade them to rise to your dry fly on the surface, yet...



Zack Thurman’s Swimming Leech

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By Bob Reece The simplicity of most leech patterns can lead to the misconception that the accuracy of their imitation is not important. As with many patterns, their above water appearance is often the sole determining factor for whether they are used or passed over....