Czech Nymphing: Dell Neighbours Talks Tactics & Rigging with G&G

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For a while now, we've been getting requests from G&G readers about writing a Czech nymphing post. It's a subject we've wanted to tackle on the blog for a while now, but neither Louis or I specialize in Czech nymphing. Furthermore, we're not the...



5 Reasons Why Turbulent Water Can Provide Great Trout Fishing

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Many of my beginner level clients, struggle when it comes to reading trout water. More specifically, they find it difficult when they have to compare two different sections or types of water, and quickly decide which one of them should yield them a higher percentage...



Buster Wants to be a Fly Fishing Guide

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Every couple of months, for about the last ten years, I've been contacted by recreational fly fisherman around the country, asking me to give them advice on how to go about becoming a fly fishing guide. Choosing to become a full-time fly fishing guide is...



Sunday’s Classic / Drop-Offs Are Trout Hot-Spots

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Definition of "Adjacent" - just before, after, lying near; neighboring Drop-offs located adjacent to shallow water are trout magnets. The slower moving water and cover found downstream of drop-offs are the two main reasons trout are drawn here. If you're looking for super consistent water where...



Thomas & Thomas Fly Rod History & Q&A with Tom Dorsey & Mark Richens

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A few months ago, I had the pleasure of touring the Thomas & Thomas factory. During the walk through, I found myself getting emotional and I regularly had to fight back the tears welling up in my eyes. At first, I didn't understand why I...