Fishing the Fall, What You Should Know About Sinking Fly Lines

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By Garner Reid A GOOD PORTION OF MY FLY FISHING INVOLVES THROWING SOME SORT OF A SINKING FLY LINE. Realistically, half of my time on the water involves streamers and sinking lines at least for some part of the day. If I am not out on the...



Sunday Classic / 3 Fly Fishing Situations When I Will Stop My Streamer During the Retrieve

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Warning: The fly fishing advice you're about to read may go against your present beliefs. There's a good chance you'll feel inclined to tell me I'm nuts for recommending it. That's totally cool, I just ask that you read what I've written, before you make...



Low Flow Streamers

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By Bob Reece Low Fall flows don't mean an end to streamer fishing. I blessed to live in the great state of Wyoming.  However, in my region of the country, flow levels on many of the watersheds that I fish are far below average this fall.  ...



Sunday Classic / 3 Ways to Make Your Wiggle Minnow Fish Better

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The foam wiggle minnow has been a mainstay streamer for me for trout and other predatory game fish for several years now. When you combine its realistic swimming action and the significant water it pushes during the retrieve, its one of the best streamers I...



4 Ways To Up Your Streamer Game This Fall

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By Kyle Wilkinson While fishing streamers can certainly be a productive way to put fish in the net year round, there is no doubt that “streamer fishing” and “fall” go together like peanut butter and jelly (or if you’re like me, chicken fried steak and Coors). ...