Sunday’s Classic / 4 Worm Patterns I Always Carry In My Fly Box

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WORM FLY PATTERNS THAT CONSISTENTLY CATCH FISH It's no secret worm patterns are super consistent most of the year for catching both stocked and wild trout. They work especially well for stocked fish, after a big rain, and during the spring, winter, and fall seasons. I've...



Saturday Shoutout / FinPusher, HatchMag & Skinny Water Culture

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This weeks Saturday Shoutout we spotlight two fly fishing reads, one from Finpusher, another from Hatchmag, and to round out things, a video from Skinny Water Culture about setting up SUPs for overnighters. Get on the water this weekend and enjoy some great fall fly...



Fly Fishing Karma

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The feeling of losing a big trout can be heart breaking, especially when it's a fish of a life time, but it happens to all of us, some just more than others. Most of the time fish are lost because of angler error during the...



Sunday’s Classic / 4 Tips to Get You Roll Casting Like a Pro

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You've just spotted a big head break the surface on the far bank, gulping down a struggling mayfly drifting in the foam. The excitement of discovering the trophy trout feeding triggers your body's adrenaline glands, and almost instantly, you feel your heart begin to pound,...



Saturday Shoutout / Anglers Tonic, Unity in the Universe

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This week for our Saturday Shoutouts we showcase Anglers Tonic with an informative piece from Greg Thomas about his recent fly fishing trip to the Gaspe Peninsula for Atlantic Salmon. Our second read, is an emotional, yet inspiring series of essays written by Wright Thompson...