Fly Fishing: The Popper-Dropper Rig

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Like a lot of kids, I spent most of my adolescent summers chasing bass and bream on the local creeks and ponds in my area. Most days, a single rubber-legged popper tied to the end of my leader, was all that I needed to catch...



Take The Right Fish

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AS I'VE SAID PLENTY OF TIMES I'M A DEDICATED CATCH AND RELEASE ANGLER. THAT SAID, I RECOGNIZE THAT IT'S A PERSONAL CHOICE THAT I HAVE COME TO IN MY OWN TIME. There are a lot of good ethical anglers out there who keep a fish once...



Keep your thirst quenched without the baggage

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It's late spring and everyday we're moving one step closer to summer. Air temperatures are climbing into the 70s and 80s on most days and will soon be even higher. These conditions make it extremely important that anglers are staying properly hydrated while they're on the...



The Water Haul Cast – Slow Your Roll

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The water haul cast is phenomenal for fly fishing small trout streams. I love it for a few reasons. First, because it allows you to make a presentation without false casting over the fish. This is done by you using the water and fly line...



Joel vs The Shark

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Max Pressure Photo by Louis Cahill MY GOOD FRIEND JOEL DICKEY WAS NOT RAISED BY WOLVES, BUT YOU MIGHT NOT BELIEVE IT IF YOU'VE EVER SEEN HIM ANGRY. With hair the color of a new penny and bright blue eyes that can be uncomfortably intense at times,...