Fly Fishing: You Can’t Catch The Fish If You Don’t Make A Cast

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If you've spent any time fly fishing on the saltwater flats, you've surely been in situations where you've had a fish swimming away from you, and you didn't make a cast because you thought it was a "lost cause". I know I've been there plenty...



Streamer Fishing For Trophy Browns: Is Your Streamer Big Enough?

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The other day I was talking with a friend about streamer fishing for trophy class trout. Specifically we were debating what's the best size streamer for catching trophy browns. My buddy confidently proclaimed the biggest of trout will eat a three inch streamer just as...



Umpqua UPG Fly Box Review

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Umpqua really raised the bar when they introduced their UPG line of fly boxes. In fact, they won multiple awards at trade shows, which were voted on by professionals in the industry. Their goal in mind when designing the UPG fly boxes was to tailor...



Fly Fishing: Our Trout Rivers and Streams Need More Wood

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Several years back, one of my favorite wild trout streams, only a few miles from my house, got slammed with tornados and high winds (from back to back hurricanes that had moved up from Florida). The aftermath from the strong storms, downed dozens, upon dozens...



Sunday’s Classic / Spring Fishing on Tributaries for Wild Trout

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Several of our blog followers on numerous occasions have asked Louis and I if we ever catch small trout? Jokingly, they mention, "All we see are trophy size fish in most of the pictures on the blog". I assure you all, we catch plenty of...