Downstream Presentation Video

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Sometimes your best presentation to a fish is directly downstream. Often, it's just a matter of position. Maybe the water is too heavy to wade across or there's no room for a clean cast from the far bank. Other times a downstream presentation is the only...



Low Flow Streamers

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By Bob Reece Low Fall flows don't mean an end to streamer fishing. I blessed to live in the great state of Wyoming.  However, in my region of the country, flow levels on many of the watersheds that I fish are far below average this fall.  ...



Strategies for Streamer Fishing High Water on Tailwaters

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IT'S REALLY HARD TO BEAT STREAMER FISHING HIGH WATER ON TAILWATER'S FROM A DRIFT BOAT, ESPECIALLY WHEN YOUR WANTING TO TARGET TROPHY CLASS FISH. Although numbers of trout caught during high water flows usually are lower than fishing during low water flows, the size of your...



Bonefish Don’t Dance

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DANCING ON THE BOW IS A BIG TURN-OFF. I had the pleasure of doing a little bonefishing with a good friend the other day. We were poling the flats on the west side of South Andros and the wind was howling. The sky was full of...



Steelhead Flies, Half As Much

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By Louis Cahill WHEN THE RAIN WON’T STOP, THE LIGHT IS FAILING AND THE RIVER SWELLING, STEEL HEADERS DRINK WHISKY AND STARE DARKLY INTO THEIR FLY BOXES. Maybe that’s a bit dramatic, but we all do it. I spent an evening like this with a group of...