Sunday Classic / The Cajun Spey Waltz

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Snow is blowing in around the corners of my glasses and forty degree water is slowly making its way into my waders. I haven't seen the sun for several days and the river is full of chrome bright steelhead. It doesn't feel much like Louisiana....



Weather Dictates When and How I Fish My Terrestrials

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Every year, I'm asked by clients, when is the best time for them to come up and experience the terrestrial bite? For years, I kept a terrestrial fishing journal to help me better serve my clients. The journal documented the arrival times of specific terrestrials...



Sunday Classic / The Fish Gods and The Temple of Swing

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A STEELHEAD IS CAUGHT ONE WAY AND ONE WAY ONLY, ON THE SWING! The temperature of the room is getting kind of warm. The fishing banter takes on a surly tone when one of the guys mentions bobber fishing. This is steelheader slang for nymphing under...



Choosing The Right Color Lens For Your Fishing

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By Kent Klewein POLARIZED SUNGLASSES ARE ONE OF THE MOST CRITICAL PIECES OF GEAR AN ANGLER CAN EQUIP THEMSELVES WITH ON THE WATER. They significantly cut down the glare on the water so you can spot fish and read water more effectively. Without them an angler can...



Sunday Classic / Don’t Put Off Your Bucket List

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YOU'LL HAVE TO FORGIVE ME, I'M GOING TO TELL YOU A STORY YOU MIGHT NOT WANT TO HEAR. On more occasions than I care to count I have found myself the subject of judgment if not out right scorn from strangers, colleagues and even family over...