A Friend in Need

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Anyone who has fished at Bair’s Lodge, South Andros, will recognize Harland Sands. To say that Harley is a character would be the hight of understatement. If you have spent a day on his boat, you likely remember two things. Catching a lot of bonefish and...



Tom Rosenbauer’s 8 Tips to Becoming a Better Fly Fisher

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THERE ARE FEW GUYS OUT THERE SQUEEZING CORK WITH THE ANGLING CHOPS OF TOM ROSENBAUER. Tom is the author of nearly two dozen books on fly fishing and too many articles to count. Add to that his podcast and posts on Orvis News and it's fair...



The Fusion Warrior

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If Lance Egan’s Rainbow Warrior and my Fusion hooked up and had a beautiful baby, what would it look like?   Wyoming winters are long, really long.  These conditions can be challenging to endure, yet they provide ample time for creation behind the tying vise.  After...



The Eat

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Fly fishing is all about the eat. I remember a day floating the Snake River, about two decades ago. There was a freshly fallen tree jutting out at ninety degrees to the bank. Deep in the safe confines of its branches was a nice cutthroat, rising...



Sunday Classic / Sooooo-ee!!! Calling All Pellet Pigs: What You Should Know About Feeding Trout

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THE OTHER DAY ONE OF OUR READERS WAS OFFENDED WHEN I USED THE TERM "PELLET PIG". I ENJOY OFFENDING PEOPLE, SO I DECIDED TO WRITE AN ENTIRE POST ON THE SUBJECT. I honestly didn't know we weren't supposed to talk about this. Pellet pigs are a...