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...



Rigging Tube Flies: Video

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By Louis Cahill I love tube flies and I fish them almost exclusively when I’m after steelhead. Tube flies are a powerful tool. They are the most versatile flies you can tie and the most economical. The secret is that there’s no hook. The fly...



Thank You God for the Terrestrial Season

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bout this time every year, when I'm starting to get run down from guiding, the terrestrial season arrives, and I'm blessed with a second wind. I'm always astonished at how the presence of terrestrials can make my familiar trout waters seem so fresh and new...



Tell the Story With Fewer Photos

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This is the easiest way I know to become a better photographer. It’s been a while since I posted a photography tip, but this is a good one. I had a conversation the other day that made me think about photographic storytelling. I took a really...



Downstream Presentation Video

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Sometimes your best presentation to a fish is directly downstream. Often, it's just a matter of position. Maybe the water is too heavy to wade across or there's no room for a clean cast from the far bank. Other times a downstream presentation is the only...