Sunday’s Classic / 5 Reasons Why Pocket Water is Suited For Beginners

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In case you missed it back in September, this weeks Sunday Classic is all about pocket water and why it’s great for everyone to fish, especially newcomers to the sport. 1. Pocket water provides more trout habitat than any other type of trout water. The...



Flathead Mayfly Nymphs Rule

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If you take the time to to flip over enough rocks in moderate moving water you're bound to find lots of Flathead Mayfly (Heptageniidae) clinger nymphs of various sizes. These three and two tailed flat bodied nymphs, with robust legs and broad heads are very...



Why Aren’t We Talking More About Angler Positioning?

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COUNTLESS FLY FISHING ARTICLES HAVE BEEN WRITTEN ABOUT MATCHING THE HATCH, SETTING UP YOUR RIG CORRECTLY FOR THE WATER YOUR FISHING, AND HOW TO CAST TIGHT LOOPS. It's very true these are all areas in your fly fishing game you should always have covered, but what...



Fly Fishing, No Pain No Gain

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Have you ever felt like this when you got back to the truck after a long day of fishing? Giving it my all on the water is a trait I strongly believe in for my fishing and guiding. I always try to make a point to...



Sunday Classic / Johnny’s Shark

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A perfect cast right on the big shark’s nose gets nothing but a sniff and a refusal. In a low and stoic voice the guide says, “the fish ain’t gonna eat if he don’t smell blood”. Johnny Spilane gives him a hard look, takes his...