Dial In Your Dry Fly Game

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By Jason Tucker Dry fly fishing is all at once the foundation, Holy Grail, and most difficult aspect of fly fishing. In a bygone day, fly fishing meant using a dry fly. Now it has come to encompass many things, including drifting nymphs under a bobber, or...



Patagonia Dream Stream: Video

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It’s time for a little walk-and-wade trout fishing in Argentine Patagonia. My buddies at Andes Drifters have been killing it with their video content recently. Not to mention their fishing! This video is a great example. Beautiful footage and heart stopping action from one of the...



Top 10 Trout Flies For The American West

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I HAD A CLIENT COME INTO THE STORE THE OTHER DAY ASKING ME TO SET HIM UP WITH THE BEST PATTERNS FOR FISHING THE WEST. He was planning on traveling around Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana this summer and his goal was to put together a...



Outboard Jet Boating 101- Safety & Maintenance

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By Kent Klewein Every year I see more and more outboard jet boats on the water. I can't say it really surprises me though, I totally get why anglers are drawn to them. In my opinion, jet sleds are one of the coolest boats anyone can drive...



Reece’s North Park Nasty

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By Bob Reece Terrestrial season is a high point in my angling year. Some of the fisheries that I frequent require highly accurate imitations to achieve ultimate success. Others do not. For those bodies of water I created my North Park Nasty. The marriage of...