8 Common Fly Line Mending Mistakes

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I spend the majority of my time teaching fly casting when guiding my clients, but the art of mending fly line is a close second. A perfect cast can quickly become obsolete if you don’t understand the concept of mending fly line. When mending is...

How to Fly Fish Straight Sections of Trout Water

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By Kent Klewein We all love to fish the bends of a river but what do we do in the straightaways? It's your lucky day. You've somehow managed to get away from your busy work schedule and find time to spend a few days fly fishing for...

Don’t Fly Fish With One Arm If you Have Two

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BETTER HIGH-STICKING TECHNIQUE Now that I've got your attention, let's talk about how important it is when high-sticking a fly rod to always utilize both of your arms during your drift. Perfect line management while high-sticking, often boils down to managing inches of fly line and...

Angler Attitude Can Increase Success During Tough Fishing Conditions

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Editors Note: It is with great humility that I share this article. I do so because I think the message is sound. I'd like to say thanks to Kent for the kind words. - Louis By Kent Klewein I'M GRATEFUL TO HAVE A FULL-TIME FISHING PARTNER THAT...

Sunday Classic / Trout Utilize Shade Year Round and So Should Anglers

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When fly anglers bring up the topic of targeting shade in conversation for catching trout, most of the time they're talking about doing it during the dog days of summer. Although it's true that trout will regularly seek out shade (for cooler water) when water...