Fishing New Water

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By Jason Tucker The time has come in my life where I want to expand my horizons. I want to light out, free myself from the confines of my routine, my local area, my set habits. It’s true that there are still many rivers, runs,...

Give It A Chance To Fail

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By Justin Pickett ON A RECENT FLOAT TRIP, LOUIS AND I WERE EXCITED (A.K.A. DROOLING) ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY TO THROW OUR FAIR SHARE OF STREAMERS ON A PIECE OF WATER THAT IS MORE ACCUSTOMED TO SEEING DRY/DROPPER AND INDICATOR RIGS. This river is full of big fish...

Sunday Classic / Poonshine

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It's sunny and sixty-eight degrees. Just a little breeze. It's mid-April. A perfect day for fishing in Bozeman, Montana. The trouble is, we're not in Bozeman. It's actually ten degrees warmer in Bozeman. I know this because my buddy Rich is looking at the weather on...

Saturday Shoutout / Videos Via Patagonia

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Three great films with a focus on conservation. There's a renewed zeal among fly fishing film-makers for conservation. This interest in preserving our fisheries for future generations lines up perfectly with one of the largest players in the fly fishing industry. Patagonia puts it's money where...

New Rods and Reels From Sage

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If you like great casting fly rods that are made in America, chances are you own a Sage. One of the most popular brands on the water Sage has a reputation for quality and innovation. In 2015 they are making sage more accessible for every angler....