Choosing a line for your switch rod Part 3 the RIO Switch and Skagit Short reviewed.

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On a couple of steelhead trips last year I wound up fishing with borrowed rods. They were switch rods, a Winston and a Ross, and I had the chance to fish them for both summer and winter steelhead. I really liked the feel of these...



Bring Enough Line Holder

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By Louis Cahill I got to feeling nostalgic the other day and it bit me in the ass. Last week Jason Tucker and I slipped out for a little small stream fly fishing. Our destination was a little mountain gem I have fished for more than twenty...



10 Inexpensive Fly Fishing Life Hacks From The Home Depot

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By Louis Cahill EVERYONE WANTS THEIR LIFE TO BE EASIER AND EVERYONE LIKES TO SAVE MONEY. Here are 10 handy and inexpensive items you can repurpose to accomplish both. You can pick all of them up at the local Home Depot or order them online. I'll supply...



Know Your Lines

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John Byron, AKA The Bonefish Beginner "Lines are very difficult to learn."- Benedict Cumberbatch "It's nice when someone knows their lines."- Ed Norton "Because I don't know my lines, I really don't know what I'm doing."- Christopher Walken Who knew these guys fished the flats?  WELL OKAY, MAYBE THEY’RE TALKING...



We All Have Our Vises, Mine’s a Regal

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I made my first tying vise. I know what you're thinking, but this vise was not a pair of hemostats duct taped to the back of a chair. I grew up in a machine shop and own two metal lathes and a host of other...