Covering a Hatch Starts with Carrying the Right Flies

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By Kent Klewein Have you ever been standing in the river watching a big hatch unfolding with rising fish all around you, but for some reason you can't get the feeding fish to eat your flies? Covering and owning a hatch starts with you first carrying the...

Sunday Classic / Keep Your Rod Tip Off the Water for Longer Drag-Free Drifts

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Are you finding yourself struggling to get long drag-free drifts on the water? If the answer is yes, you may be holding your rod tip too close to the water during your drifts. When your rod tip is positioned too low, you're putting unnecessary fly line...

Sunday’s Classic / Bugs, Bugs Everywhere, And Not A Fish To Be Seen

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BUGS, BUGS EVERYWHERE, AND NOT A FISH TO BE SEEN Have you ever thrown a party, sent out the invitations, bought the onion dip, and in the end it's just you and your onion dip? Now imagine the river is the party, the bugs are the...

Some Days It’s All About the Twitch

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Some days trout need more than just a well placed fly in their field of vision and a drag-free drift to persuade them to eat. When you're working water that you're certain holds trout, and a standard drag-free drift isn't getting the job done, try...

Sunday’s Classic / Covering a Hatch From Top to Bottom

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Have you ever been standing in the river watching a big hatch unfold with rising fish all around you but no matter how hard you try you can't get the feeding fish to eat? Covering and hatch from top to bottom starts with you first...