6 Tips for Catching Suspended Trout

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ONE OF THE TOUGHEST SITUATIONS I'VE ENCOUNTERED TROUT FISHING OVER THE YEARS, IS WHEN TROUT ARE SUSPENDED IN THE WATER COLUMN AND FEEDING IN A STATIONARY POSITION. These trout are usually too deep to persuade them to rise to your dry fly on the surface, yet...

Sunday Classic / Fly Fishing with Stealth – 8 Common Mistakes

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How often to you think anglers miss opportunities catching trout because of the lack of stealth? The more educated trout populations are in a stream, river or lake you're fly fishing, the more important it is for fly anglers to mimic the way a hunter...

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...