Sunday’s Classic / Pheasant Tail Nymph Attractor

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I’m a firm believer in utilizing a bright attractor nymph in my tandem nymph rigs during the winter months.  A couple years back, I thought to myself, why not take a proven traditional fly patterns and modify them with bright attractor fly tying materials. This...



Saturday Shoutout / Hank Patterson Fly Fishing Videos 1-3

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I know many of you have probably seen the hilarious videos by fictional character Hank Patterson, the fly fishing guide expert, but they never get old to me. In fact, I find the videos funnier every time I watch them. Heck, it’s Saturday anyways and...



Listen to the Fish

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Sometimes all fly fisherman need to do to find success when their not having luck is slow down, and take the time to listen to the fish. Trout can't speak to us in words, but they do often provide us with subtle clues from their behavior...



NZ Guide, Chris Dore Talks Kiwi Nymphing

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SO THE OTHER DAY, I NOTICED I RECEIVED AN INTRIGUING EMAIL FROM ONE OF OUR GINK & GASOLINE FOLLOWERS, COMMENTING ON MY ANGLER POSITIONING POST. It just so happened to be Chris Dore who sent the email, a very popular fly fishing guide from New Zealand. We...



Sunday’s Classic / Split-Shot Placement For Tandem Nymph Rigs

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Have you ever heard the saying, “The difference between a good nymph fisherman and a poor nymph fisherman is knowing when to add one more split-shot to your rig”? If your nymphs aren’t getting down in the strike zone, you’re going to be missing a...