5 Tips For Technical Tailwaters

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By Johnny Spillane A QUICK RESPONSE TO LOUIS’S ARTICLE “TROUT ARE NOT SMARTER THAN PEOPLE, BUT THEY MAY BE SMARTER THAN ME.” Trout have a brain that is smaller then a pea. No offense to Louis, but I’m positive that you can out-think a trout in a...

Rising Tools, Innovation and Quality at a Remarkable Price

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By Louis Cahill THERE'S GOOD STUFF COMING OUT OF SALT LAKE CITY. Every now and then I run across an innovative piece of equipment that changes the way I do things. To find a single product like that from any company is a home run but I...

A G&G Exclusive Interview With Hank Patterson

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By Carter Lyles This is an exclusive interview with the top fly fishing guide in all of the land, Patterson. Hank Patterson. Hank’s legendary status is unmatched, and he has often been referred to as the “Tim Tebow” and the “Chuck Norris” of fly-fishing. Known for...

Sunday Classic / Anchor Placement When Space Is Tight

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You could write a book about anchor placement in Spey casting. In fact, I feel sure several have been written. Rightfully so, since anchor placement is the foundation on which a good Spey cast is built. For those who are not aware, the anchor is where...

Saturday Shoutout / S.C.O.F. Lucky # 13

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IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE THAT SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE FLY IS THREE. And, to quote Editor Dave Grossman, "Like most three year olds we think that the words pee and poop are hysterical." But if you're a S.C.O.F. fan you knew that already. Issue number thirteen is...