Learning to Spey Cast

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By Owen Plair In the world of Fly Fishing there was always one style of casting that I never quite understood.  It was some sort of foreign language. An art of casting I’d only seen in videos and photos, but it always seemed so magical. Not to...



Deep and Slow

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By Alice Tesar The biggest mistake folks make during spring shoulder season in the Rocky Mountains is heading to the desert to mountain bike. I enjoy biking - just like any angler, it gets me to the fishing hole when my car is in the...



The Road To DIY Bonefish

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If I live to be a hundred, I'll never forget the first bonefish I caught on my own. I can't tell you how rewarding it was to wade a flat and feel like I knew where the fish would be and when. To have all the...



Fly Fishing Karma

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The feeling of losing a big trout can be heart breaking, especially when it's a fish of a life time, but it happens to all of us, some just more than others. Most of the time fish are lost because of angler error during the...



Little Things Matter: On The Water Tippet

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By Bob Reece Successful anglers are built out of sounds habits.  Those habits focus not only on the large aspects of fly fishing but also on the small.  Within the realm of those petite practices is being aware of the status of your tippet when you’re on...