Don’t Ride the Brakes During Your Fly Casting

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Are you finding that you're lacking distance and falling short of your target with your fly casting? Is your power and line speed insufficient? If the answer is yes, I bet you're also getting a fair amount of tailing loops or dreaded wind knots aren't you?...

Wood is Good

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Anytime I come across any sort of wood on the water trout fishing, I always take the time to fish around it. Whether it's a log jam, isolated root ball, or low overhanging tree, wood offers trout cover and safety which are two very important elements...

Sunday Classic / Most Seams Hold Trout Regardless of Size

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Just about all seams in rivers and streams hold trout. The larger and deeper the water a seam has, the more trout it can hold. Likewise, the smaller and shallower a seam is, the less room there will be available and less trout it can...

Swinging Streamers on Big Water

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By Kent Klewein MOST STREAMER FISHERMAN OUT THERE WOULD AGREE THAT POUNDING THE RIVER BANKS WITH A STREAMER WILL CATCH TROUT JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE. If you're willing to put in the time and hard work eventually you'll be rewarded with a big fish. During high water flows...

Two Anglers Are Often Better Than One

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By Kent Klewein You can't enjoy camaraderie on the water by yourself. There's no high-fives, no passing the victory flask around, and worst of all, it's awfully hard to snap a quality photograph of you and a prized catch. Wait a minute, I take the latter back....