Saturday Shoutout / One Life One River

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Water, work, cancer, and a thriving will to live, on the water. Becca Klein’s story is truly an inspiration. You’d never guess, meeting Becca, that she has survived two cancer diagnoses. You wouldn’t guess that anything could slow her down or dampen her irrepressible spirit. Maybe...



Orvis Mirage LT Fly Reel: Video

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Orvis has a great new light weight trout reel that’s made in America. Orvis introduced it’s Mirage fly reel a couple of years ago and it’s proven to be a workhorse. Their goal of producing a quality, made in America reel was certainly achieved but the...



Low Flows

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By Jesse Lowry Late summer out here in the Kootenay’s of British Columbia means hot days and low flows. Despite the recent heat wave, water temperatures this year managed to stay in safe ranges thanks to a solid snow pack in the alpine. These type of conditions...



Take the Time to Research Your Boat Ramps

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It's really easy to get excited about a last minute trip when your buddy calls and says the fish are biting and then not take the time to research the logistics of where you're going to be fishing. Much of the time things work out...



Simms’ Women’s G3 Guide Waders: Review

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By: Alice Tesar Simms’ Women’s G3 Guide Waders are a change worth making. I’m a skeptic for change. I’ve worn my leaky waders for 2 years now because I like the fit and the weight of them. 2 years of settling for cold, wet legs after standing...