Keep your thirst quenched without the baggage

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It's late spring and everyday we're moving one step closer to summer. Air temperatures are climbing into the 70s and 80s on most days and will soon be even higher. These conditions make it extremely important that anglers are staying properly hydrated while they're on the...



RIO Slick Cast Coating and Technical Trout Fly Line: Video

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By Louis Cahill Here's an unboxing and video review of the new RIO Slick Cast Coating and Technical Trout fly line. When I do product reviews, I generally test a product for months before writing the review. That insures that the review is thorough and thoughtful, but it...



Riversmith River Quiver: REVIEW

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For more than two decades I’ve done it the exact same way. Rise before the sun, chuck my waders, boots, and gear in a big plastic tub, and then toss my rigged-up rods inside the cab of my vehicle. The long, bumpy, unkempt roads of the...



Strike Indicators, What Matters to Me

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Do Strike Indicators spook fish? There is a lot of debate over whether strike indicators spook fish. I'm not going to beat around the bush on this one folks. I truly believe that most of the time they don't. Especially if you rule out calm and...



3 Dynamite 4 Weight Rods for Small Stream Fly-Fishing

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By Louis Cahill Spring is right around the corner and that means trout fishing on small streams, but what’s the best fly rod for the job? It’s been a really wet winter here in the Southeast and it shows no sign of drying up any time soon....