5 Tips For Technical Tailwaters

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By Johnny Spillane COLORADO HAS SOME OF THE TOUGHEST TAILWATERS ANYWHERE. Tailwater trout get a good education. They see plenty of attention, especially the fish in Colorado's well publicized fisheries. The Yampa, here in Steamboat Springs, is a great example. A lot of anglers think they can't...



Reece’s Masterpiece Midge

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By Bob Reece From still to moving waters, members of the Chironomidae family abound.   As a result of this, they are frequently found on the dietary menu of trout.   Having a diverse selection of imitations for this family of insects can greatly increase your chances...



Simms G3 Guide, River Camo Waders: Review

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New features and tech in the Simms G3 Guide waders make them some of the best I’ve ever used. In thinking about how to write this review, I’ve decided that it needs to be two reviews in one. There are some big upgrades in the new...



Better Fly Rod Grip For Better Casting: Video

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The grip is the most fundamental part of your fly cast. When I’m helping someone with their casting, their grip is always the first thing I look at. The grip is so basic that many anglers never take time to learn it. A bad grip has...



Rock Treads

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By Justin Pickett Coming up with a reliable and effective solution for traction can be frustrating. Not to mention, expensive. Screw-in studs are costly and are often lost or in need of replacement for those of us who wade hard and often. Other solutions, such as interchangeable...