Fly Fishing, No Pain No Gain

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Have you ever felt like this when you got back to the truck after a long day of fishing? Giving it my all on the water is a trait I strongly believe in for my fishing and guiding. I always try to make a point to...

Sunday Classic / Fight The Good Fight, in Saltwater or Fresh

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MY FRIEND KIRK DEETER SAYS FRESHWATER AND SALTWATER FLY FISHING ARE, "TWO ENTIRELY DIFFERENT SPORTS PLAYED WITH THE SAME EQUIPMENT." In essence that is true and Kirk's point is doubly true. Anyone who's tried both can attest to that, but some of that equipment looks more...

Standing in the River Carrying a Torch

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Standing in the River Carrying a Torch A different kind of love story. Men and fish parted ways a long time ago. You couldn't call it an amiable divorce. The fish got everything. The mountain streams, the lazy winding rivers, the deep blue sea, everything. Men had...

The 3 C’s of Trout Fishing – Current, Cover, and Cuisine

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Here's the Million Dollar Trout Fishing Question.... Are you putting enough emphasis on the 3 C's in your trout fishing? The availability of Current, Cover and Cuisine most often dictate where trout decide to set up shop. Being able to consistently pick them out will ultimately...

Sunday Classic / Fly Fishing Stillwater by Gareth Jones

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THE OTHER HENRY'S Mention to any flyfisher that you're heading for Island Park, Idaho and they'll immediately think you'll be packing a selection of CDC and biot creations intended to deceive the wonderfully selective leviathans of the Henry's Fork. However, my latest visit to see Rene Harrop...