Setting up Skagit Heads and Other Spey Lines: Video

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If you are just getting started in two-hand fly casting, you may be confused about how to set up the lines. Spey lines are intimidating to the uninitiated with their many parts, options and loop to loop connections but there’s no need for alarm. Spey lines,...



Streamer Fishing: Float Your Lane

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By Louis Cahill When you are fishing streamers from a boat, how close should you be to the bank? Ask a dozen anglers and you may get a dozen answers. The distance that works for me, might not work for you, but I’m going to share some...



Small Stream Recon Part I

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By Jason Tucker Small streams have always held a special place in my heart.  For one thing, where I lived in the tip Northern Michigan, all we had was small streams, and lots of them. I cut my teeth on small streams. It was a long drive...



Sunday Classic / Don’t Throw The Hail Mary

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FISH, FISH EVERYWHERE AND NOT A FISH TO CATCH. I was trout fishing with a friend in North Carolina the other day. We were fortunate to find a nice piece of water which held a good size pod of fish. Maybe a dozen total spread across...



Stacking Running Line For Better Spey Casting: Video

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How do you shoot a hundred feet of running line without a tangle? It’s easier than it sounds. There’s a very specific technique for stacking running line when spey casting. When it’s done right, everything comes off without a hitch. If you are learning to cast...