Shrimp Part 1: Mysis Shrimp

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By Herman deGala Part one, in a three part series on shrimp patterns, takes a closer look at the Mysis Shrimp. I have been tying and fishing this pattern for the last 10 years and have had a lot of success with it. Pat Dorsey says it is...



Let It Ride

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By Daniel Galhardo DON’T RECAST YOUR FLY UNTIL IT’S HAD A CHANCE. It takes some time to learn how to read water well. But, at least when it comes to fishing mountain streams, the concept is easy to grasp: fish are looking for food and shelter, and...



Dorado Dream Trip, Last Minute Cancelation

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This could be your chance to experience a golden dorado fishery like no other. From time to time I host trip that are so cool they are never advertised. That’s to say, they fill up immediately with anglers who are regulars. This trip in particular has...



Bonefish — Getting into the game

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by John Byron You’re giving thought to going on your first bonefish expedition, but you want more information.  You’re in luck — there’s a ton of great advice out there from true experts.  But much of that super info is geared to someone already in the game who...



Sunday Classic / 9 Tips for Netting Big Fish on Your Own

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ELATION, PANIC AND EPIPHANY. THAT'S THE USUAL ORDER OF EMOTIONS WHEN AN ANGLER LANDS THEIR FIRST BIG TROUT. I had the pleasure of seeing a dear friend land his first trophy trout recently and I think that's a pretty fair description. I think it's pretty common...