Do weights and simplicity go together? A tenkara perspective

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ABOUT FOUR YEARS AGO I VISITED CHEESEMAN CANYON FOR MY FIRST TIME. Cheeseman is a renowned fly-fishing destination in Colorado; it is well known for sizeable fish that think they are too good for our flies. The canyon features deep pools with relatively slow moving water....

Careful What You Ask For

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All fish are not created equal. It's funny how what we want out of fly fishing changes over the years. We've all heard the story, I want to catch a fish, I want to catch a lot of fish, I want to catch a big fish......

Saturday Shoutout / Killing The Colorado

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It's hard to be an angler and not care about water. With most of the U.S. suffering from prolonged drought anglers and the fish they pursue are united in the search for water. In no case is this more evident than the Colorado river. The battle...

Getting A Grip On Fly Casting: Video

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No one grip is right for every casting situation. In general, there isn't enough said about grip in fly casting. I spent the first half of my life with a poor casting grip. I finally ran into a gentleman who helped me find a grip that...

Under Armour ISO-Chill, Made Right

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I'M WARY OF GIMMICKS AND MARKETING SLOGANS. I tend to discount claims made by any company about the magical properties of their products. So when I hear that a piece of clothing will keep me cool when it's a hundred degrees and there's not a breath...