How To Unsnag A Fly: Video

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Every fly fisher gets snagged up once in a while. It’s part of the game. If you aren't fishing to structure, you aren’t fishing to fish. This is never more true than when streamer fishing. You’re constantly snagging logs and if you row over to get...



Why You Should Invest In Your Casting

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By Justin Pickett I have never met anyone who could pick up a five-weight fly rod and make consistent, accurate fifty-foot casts without ever having prior experience with fly casting. I used to play a ton of golf. So much so that at one point, much earlier...



Flats Boat Etiquette, Being A Good Fishing Partner

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Here are a few suggestions to help you, and your fishing partner, have a better day on the boat. Flats fishing from a boat is a team sport. Whether you're out fishing with friends, out with a guide or on a trip to a fishing lodge,...



Alice’s Angle, Never Have I Ever: Bristol Bay

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By: Alice Tesar I’ve never fished for sockeye salmon. I’ve never been to Alaska. When my husband and I decided to add a kid to our crew we knew adventures like this might be put on hold on. We named our son Brooks for many reasons, but...



Fly Fishing Gear For Small Streams

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By Jason Tucker Fly gear is fly gear- until you find yourself on a tiny creek full of brook trout or cutthroat rising to tricos and all you have is a nine-foot five-weight and 4x tippet.  What works on the big rivers may not be so well...