4 Tips For Stocking Bonefish Flies

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By Kent Klewein If you're planning your first bonefish adventure it's really important that you stock your saltwater fly box with a well rounded selection of fly patterns. Although bonefish aren't known for being super selective feeders, stocking the right flies and knowing which pattern to fish...

8 Common Fly Line Mending Mistakes

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I spend the majority of my time teaching fly casting when guiding my clients, but the art of mending fly line is a close second. A perfect cast can quickly become obsolete if you don’t understand the concept of mending fly line. When mending is...

Be Stealthy Like A Czech Nympher

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I'm not afraid to admit I'm not a big fan of Czech nymphing. I'm not an aficionado of the popular three-fly nymph rig either. It's not the right rig for fly anglers that lack discipline or are daydreaming fly casters. Furthermore, a freshly tied rig can...

How to Fly Fish Straight Sections of Trout Water

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By Kent Klewein We all love to fish the bends of a river but what do we do in the straightaways? It's your lucky day. You've somehow managed to get away from your busy work schedule and find time to spend a few days fly fishing for...

Sunday Classic / Elevate Yourself to Increase the Distance You Can High-Stick

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Most of the time when your fly fishing for trout, the last thing you want to do is elevate yourself. In most scenarios, that will usually do more harm than good, by increasing the chances of trout spotting you and spooking. Notice I said "most...