Sunday Classic / Fish Floating Nymphs for Selective Trout

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TELL ME IF THIS SOUNDS FAMILIAR. You're kneeling at the edge of a slow glassy pool watching several big trout inspect what floats above them. You change flies, again, and make yet another perfect presentation, only to watch the fish move three feet out of the...



Saturday Shoutout / Olsen on Competition 

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Whether you are a fan of competitive fly fishing, or not, There is certainly plenty to learn from those who compete. Our buddy and regular G&G contributor Devin Olsen made an appearance on “Ask Me About Fly Fishing” the other day. It was a great discussion...



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...



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...