Take It With You When You Go

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By Justin Pickett PLASTIC BOTTLES AND BAGS. FLIP FLOPS. SPENT BEER CANS. A UNIROYAL TIRE THAT WAS OBVIOUSLY NEVER ROTATED. EVEN CREEPY DOLL HEADS. IT’S AN UNFORTUNATE REALITY OF FISHING – TRASH. Walk the banks of any river or stream that either flows through or borders a...



4 Leaf Clovers and 20 Inch Trout

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TROPHY TROUT ARE MORE COMMON THAN YOU THINK. The real estate crash of the mid 2000s was good for something. My buddy Dan and I were having a banner trout season in the very depths of the crash. Here in Georgia, the secret to finding big...



Loon UV Infiniti Light Video Review

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By Bob Reece The ease of working with UV resins is largely determined by the quality of light that is applied to cure them. As an Umpqua fly designer and guide, I spend a large amount of time throughout the year behind the vise. ...



Look More and Fish Less on Small Streams

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By Kent Klewein Your odds of a hookup skyrocket when you see the fish before you cast. When I'm not in my drift boat on the river I'm wading fishing on small streams. Most large rivers don't provide much sight-fishing opportunities for the fly angler unless they...



Small Flies For Big Steelhead

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“Most people think, to catch a big fish you have to tie on a Woolly Bugger.” - Christopher Guest Every year some fly fishing magazine publishes an article about fishing small flies for big fish. The quote above, from Christopher Guest’s 2000 film “Best In...