New Fly Lines From RIO

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Some especially nice offerings in the new RIO fly lines. I am particularly excited about the new Flats Pro saltwater lines. I’ve been fishing the stealth tip version and i love it. Simon Gawesworth shows off the different options and talks about the design and performance,...



Cut A Dovetail Every Day

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Woodworking has taught me a few things about fly fishing. Before Gink and Gasoline I was, for a time, very involved in the world of woodworking. I was fortunate to photograph and spend time working with some of the most talented folks in the field, many...



3 Classic Flies For New Tyers

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By Bob Reece Three points of contact provide stability. There are a plethora of patterns that new tiers could begin with. Yet three in particular lay out the fundamental techniques needed to create a stabile foundation for your fly tying future. The Woolly Bugger,...



Are We Being The Best Ambassadors For Fly-Fishing?

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Are you proud of how you represent fly-fishing? I sat in a meeting the other day, a discussion really, with a group of fly fishing guides. Most of them are guys I like and respect. I was very quickly stoked at, from my perspective, how they...



The New Orvis Helios 3

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If you’ve been living under a rock the last several months, Orvis has a new premium rod. There’s been a lot of talk and anticipation over the new H3. With good reason, it’s an impressive stick. Built from the ground up with the goal of making...