Flat Water Nymphing

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By Kent Klewein Fishing nymphs in slow water is a different game. The past few years, Louis and I have grown very fond of one specific pool tucked up in mountains of the southern appalachia. We visit it regularly because of the bounties of trout that it...



Sunday Classic / 3 Things I Learned By Not Catching A Permit

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I AM NOT A MASTER PERMIT FISHERMAN. I THINK THAT'S EXACTLY THE THING I ENJOY ABOUT IT. I like the challenge and if you're looking for a challenge, permit have one for you. While I don't consider myself an expert on the subject, I am learning...



Fly Fishing Lights at Night

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It's long been known by fishermen, that bright lights shining on the water at night create fishing hotspots. The lights attract plankton, which in turn, attracts the baitfish and other food sources that feed on them. Once you've got a good concentration of forage food hanging...



Something For The Window Shoppers

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By Justin Pickett A little something to entice those “window shoppers” that appear and disappear behind your streamer. Anyone who has thrown streamers for trout has likely experienced the exciting visual of seeing a trout appear behind your meaty fly… following, following, following… only to peel off...



Dial In Your Dry Fly Game

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By Jason Tucker Dry fly fishing is all at once the foundation, Holy Grail, and most difficult aspect of fly fishing. In a bygone day, fly fishing meant using a dry fly. Now it has come to encompass many things, including drifting nymphs under a bobber, or...