Sunday’s Classic / Metal Studs Aren’t Just Good For Traction in Water

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I've just found another reason why I love my metal studded wading boots. They work great for climbing trees and retrieving my clients flies. I also just found out I've officially become a fat ass, and that branch I was grabbing onto was a poison...



Fly Fishing Gear Giveaway: June Photo Caption Contest

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LOUIS AND I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF OUR LOYAL FANS FOR REGULARLY TAKING THE TIME TO VISIT, COMMENT AND SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT GINK & GASOLINE. This past month was our busiest month since we launched G&G two years ago. It's...



Fly Fishing Bass: 5 Tips for Fishing Frog Patterns Around Grass

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Some of my most memorable days chasing bass on the fly have come from me spending the day popping and waking frog patterns along the surface. I grew up fishing for bass, and although trout fishing has stolen the majority of my fly fishing attention...



The NZ Strike Indicator Company Goes Bigger

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A while back, I wrote a post that showcased The Strike Indicator System, invented by New Zealander, Barry Dombro. After testing it out for several days on the water and talking with friends of mine that also fished with it, I contacted Barry by email...



Sunday’s Classic / 2 Alternatives for Attaching Split-Shot

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You've been fishing hard all day long searching for that perfect honey hole. You know the one I'm talking about, it's the one that holds that trophy trout that keeps haunting you in your dreams. It's getting late, your tired and you know you should...