Who Says Short Rods Are For Small Streams

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MY GOOD FRIEND DAVE GROSSMAN DECIDED TO TRADE IN HIS 9 FOOT BOAT RODS FOR 10 FOOTERS THIS YEAR. So far, this fishing season he claims the extra foot of graphite has been working wonders for his clients on the water. Dave says, "I find that the ten...



Strike Indicators, What Matters to Me

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Do Strike Indicators spook fish? There is a lot of debate over whether strike indicators spook fish. I'm not going to beat around the bush on this one folks. I truly believe that most of the time they don't. Especially if you rule out calm and...



Keeping a Buffer Between You and the Fish

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Most fly anglers would agree that success in fly fishing is often determined by how well they can stay out of sight from the astute fish their trying to catch. If your finned adversaries are able to put a bead on you (identify you as a...



Save Your Fingers Fly Fishing – Use Lycra Finger Sleeves

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Today's the day for a big fish. It's perfect streamer fishing conditions with overcast skies and there's been lots of aggressive fish. I'm pounding the banks with my favorite streamer for thirty minutes when I notice the grit on my fly line is starting to agitate...



Warm Weather Can = Early Hatches

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I almost got caught with my pants down fishing a spring creek the other day. Without even giving it a second thought, I had left the cabin without one of my dry fly boxes, that's loaded with all my favorite Sulphur and Light Cahill patterns. It...