Thank You God for the Terrestrial Season

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bout this time every year, when I'm starting to get run down from guiding, the terrestrial season arrives, and I'm blessed with a second wind. I'm always astonished at how the presence of terrestrials can make my familiar trout waters seem so fresh and new...



Protect the Head of Your Nymphs with Thin Skin

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The more durable a fly, the more fish you can catch on it and the longer the life of the fly will be. Making a point to tie and purchase your flies with durability in mind will save you time at the tying bench...



Cicada Fly Patterns – 4 Gink & Gasoline Favorites

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I get asked the question all of the time what's my favorite place to fly fish? Some may find it weird but I always have a hard time answering that question. I've had the opportunity to fly fish so many unique and beautiful places in...



Sunday’s Classic / Covering a Hatch From Top to Bottom

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Have you ever been standing in the river watching a big hatch unfold with rising fish all around you but no matter how hard you try you can't get the feeding fish to eat? Covering and hatch from top to bottom starts with you first...



Saturday’s Shoutout / 2 Alternative Species During Runoff, TFM’s Soft-Hackle Bee

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This week's Saturday Shoutout we talk about two alternative species to chase during spring runoff in and around Jackson, WY and TFM's step by step tie recipe for a realistic soft-hackle bee that's actually quick and easy to tie....