Fly Fishing Tips for Stocked Trout

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My first memory of bringing a trout to hand with a fly rod took place back in the spring of 1990, on a seasonal trout stream, located 45 minutes north of Atlanta, GA. It was a far cry from a trophy trout at 10-inches, but...



10 Yellow Sally Fly Patterns That I Love

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When I think back on all the times I've fished Yellow Sally stonefly hatches over the years, I honestly can't remember ever having a bad fishing experience. If I can find them on the water, I usually have no problem getting trout to take my...



Small Stream Structure Part I- Substrate

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By Jason Tucker I started out writing a piece about stream structure, but the subject is too broad to cover at one setting, so we’re breaking it up into three important, but related categories- Substrate, Fluvial Structure, and Debris and Bankside Structure. There is so much overlap...



The Case For Stoneflies

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By Louis Cahill I watched a video the other day about the most important insects for trout fishing. The host listed the aquatic insects, we are all familiar with as anglers, in order of importance. I was a little shocked to hear my favorite bug come in...



Time To Un-Match The Hatch

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By Johnny Spillane Now that is a hatch! Every year around mid April we start to see Blue Wing Olives on the Green River below Flaming Gorge. Most years the hatch is amazing, some years it is truly epic. This was one of those years. The best...