Sunday’s Classic / Two Anglers Are Often Better Than One

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There's times when I really enjoy fly fishing in complete solitude, all alone, just me and the river. That said, my best angling skills seem to come out when I've got a buddy fly fishing alongside me. You can't enjoy camaraderie on the water by yourself....

Saturday Shoutout / Kirk Deeter Talks Sight-Fishing to Trout in Eddies

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Every now and again, Kirk Deeter snaps a photograph on the water of a place he recently got back fly fishing, and then brings it back to Fly Talk asking everyone the question, "How would you fish this spot?". He's usually on the water with...

Saturday’s Shoutout / Larimer’s Deschutes Nymph Rig, Feather & Fin, Jay Nicholas Saltwater Fly Tying 101

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We're honored to have many loyal fly fishing professionals around the world, that take the time out of their busy schedules to follow and comment on Gink & Gasoline. Tom Larimer, owner of Larimer Outfitters, is a veteran fly fishing stealhead and trout guide, spey casting...

Sunday’s Classic / 4 Reasons Waterfall Plunge Pools Can Hold Trophy Trout

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There's few things I love more than fly fishing a small stream and stumbling upon a steep vertical waterfall, that has a deep plunge pool at its base. Waterfalls like the one pictured above are pretty rare on small streams, but if you're lucky enough...

Sunday’s Classic / 3 C’s of Trout Fishing

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Here’s the Million Dollar Trout Fishing Question…. Are you putting enough emphasis on the 3 C’s in your trout fishing? The availability of Current, Cover and Cuisine most often dictate where trout decide to set up shop. Being able to consistently pick them out will ultimately...