Is That Fly a Nymph? A Look At Insect Life Cycles

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IS THAT FLY A NYMPH? THAT'S THE QUESTION I GOT FROM A READER THE OTHER DAY. A fair question from a guy who's only fly fished for redfish and isn't familiar with trout flies. A simple question with a very complicated answer. Complicated enough that I...



Six Cutties in a Hot Tub

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Are you fixing to head out west for an exciting trout fishing trip? If yes, and you plan to do some wade fishing, pay close attention to water levels before you decide on where to start your days fishing. Recently, Louis and I visited the...



Some Days It’s All About the Twitch

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Some days trout need more than just a well placed fly in their field of vision and a drag-free drift to persuade them to eat. When you're working water that you're certain holds trout, and a standard drag-free drift isn't getting the job done, try...



Sunday’s Classic / 3 C’s of Trout Fishing

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Here’s the Million Dollar Trout Fishing Question…. Are you putting enough emphasis on the 3 C’s in your trout fishing? The availability of Current, Cover and Cuisine most often dictate where trout decide to set up shop. Being able to consistently pick them out will ultimately...



Saturday’s Shoutout / FinPusher & Trout Twinkies, Tim Romano Early Summer Slide Show

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Today's Saturday shoutout we bring you a cool read from Collin Carlson at Finpusher.com that talks about the fishing highs we all get fly fishing when we've got multiple species of bugs flying in the air and trout eating our dries like candy. The second...