Fishing Mud Lines For Big Fish

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By: Garner Reid MUD LINES ARE EXCELLENT PLACES FOR FISH TO HIDE. I split my guiding year in half, targeting trout from fall to spring and the rest of the year pursuing summer run striped bass in my local river systems. River run stripers offer their own...



Can Anglers and Trout Have Mutual Admiration for Each Other?

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WHAT COMES TO MIND WHEN YOU LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH? This photograph reminds me of the blissful feeling I'm overcome with, just before I release a big beautiful trout back into the wild. There's something very special about the last few seconds that an angler spends...



Reece’s Stepchild Stone

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By Bob Reece The title of stonefly conjures up images of gargantuan aquatic insect life. This is true for several species in the late reaches of their life. However, their more petite partners and developmental stages should not be overlooked when filling your fly box. Stonefly...



The Bow Clock

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If you can't communicate with your guide, you're fishing blind. Communication is the key to successful saltwater fly fishing. Flats fishing with a guide is a team sport, and like all team sports, The team must work together to win. Your guide has a couple of...



Choosing The Right Color Lens For Your Fishing

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Polarized sunglasses are one of the most critical pieces of gear an angler can equip themselves with on the water. They significantly cut down the glare on the water so you can spot fish and read water more effectively. Without them an angler can feel naked...