Sunday Classic / Expressionist Brown

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Study the stream bed, brown and green. Through ripples and reflections, we find rocks and wood, maybe a shining piece of metal someone has left behind. Even the flash of a flake of mica in the sand, no bigger than a fishes scale. How is...

Epic Argentina Double Header: Feb 3-13, 2018

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This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime fly fishing adventure. I have fished some amazing places but none offer the diversity, solitude and hospitality of Argentina. Floating the storied rivers of Patagonia, you get the sense of what it would have been like to be the first angler...

Fly Fishing Dreams

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By Jason Tucker I COULD HEAR THE VOICES OF TOMMY AND PHIL DOWNSTREAM FROM ME, A HUNDRED OR MORE YARDS AWAY IN THE DARKNESS. They were methodically working over a promising looking pool, skating mice across the surface, discussing the possibilities. I’m kind of impatient so I...

Fall Is The Time For Big Brown Trout

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If you've been wanting to catch that trophy brown trout, now is the time. It was a cold overcast November morning when we launched Phil’s custom cedar drift boat that he had built lovingly with his own hands. We put in on the Jordan River in...

Saturday Shoutout / So Many Octobers

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“It is easy to forget that in the main we die only seven times more slowly than our dogs,” October has long been my favorite month. I’ve frequently thought it odd that a time which feels like a beginning to me, is really the beginning of...