Sunday Classic / Guiding Tip: Set Your Client Free to Build Confidence

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THIS POST IS FOR ALL THE PROFESSIONAL GUIDES OUT THERE THAT GIVE THEIR CLIENTS EVERY THING THEY'VE GOT EACH AND EVERY DAY. IT'S FOR THE PERFECTIONISTS, WHO TRULY BELIEVE FLY FISHING CAN NEVER BE 100% MASTERED AND ALWAYS SEE ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR OWN...

Guiding Tip: Set Your Client Free to Build Confidence

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THIS POST IS FOR ALL THE PROFESSIONAL GUIDES OUT THERE THAT GIVE THEIR CLIENTS EVERY THING THEY'VE GOT EACH AND EVERY DAY. IT'S FOR THE PERFECTIONISTS, WHO TRULY BELIEVE FLY FISHING CAN NEVER BE 100% MASTERED AND ALWAYS SEE ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR OWN...

Buster Wants to be a Fly Fishing Guide

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Every couple of months, for about the last ten years, I've been contacted by recreational fly fisherman around the country, asking me to give them advice on how to go about becoming a fly fishing guide. Choosing to become a full-time fly fishing guide is...

4 Tips to Being a Better Guide

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By Cameron Rhodes WHEN I TELL PEOPLE THAT I AM A FLY FISHING GUIDE, THEIR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE IS USUALLY: “COOL! YOU GET TO FISH ALL DAY AND MAKE MONEY DOING IT!” When I start to explain what my day consists of, they change their perspective a little....

Guiding Tip: Set Your Client Free to Build Confidence

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I've taken great pride over the years with my hands on style of trout guiding. When you take the time to explain the little details to your clients, and freely share what's going on in your head, it really makes a big difference in them...