The Pacu Bead

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By Louis Cahill If you are a dry-fly purest, you might want to sit this one out. Bead fishing in the jungles of Argentina is about as far from fishing a dry fly as you could imagine. It’s not much closer to Alaska bead fishing. It’s one...



Sunday Classic / Fly Fishing with Stealth – 8 Common Mistakes

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How often to you think anglers miss opportunities catching trout because of the lack of stealth? The more educated trout populations are in a stream, river or lake you're fly fishing, the more important it is for fly anglers to mimic the way a hunter...



The Flats, Light Bottom vs. Dark Bottom

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Water temperatures and seasons play an important role for fly fishermen fishing the saltwater flats. Saltwater fish prefer to utilize different types of flats throughout the year to maximize their comfort and food intake. When I was new to the saltwater side of the sport, I...



Fly Casting: Power and Control

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By Louis Cahill I’m just back from four days fishing for golden dorado at Parana on the Fly Lodge in Argentina. Dorado fishing is the most demanding fly fishing I know and, days later, I still have the sore muscles to prove it. We target these apex...



Guide’s Eyes

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By Jesse Lowry Seeing bonefish can be a tall order for first-time flats fishermen, even those with well trained trout eyes. First off, there can be a lot of water to cover and you don’t have the benefits you generally would on a trout stream;...