Sunday Classic / Falling in Love Again, With My Winston

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I DON'T KNOW HOW IT HAPPENED. I HAVE NO EXCUSE, BUT SOME HOW MY WINSTON B2X 6 WEIGHT SPENT THE LAST TWO YEARS IN THE TUBE. I have a lot of fly rods and I'm always getting new ones to try out, but there is still...

Don’t Just Love Your Cold Water Fisheries, Be Good Stewards Also

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By Kent Klewein Most fly fisherman are passionate about the protection of their trout and salmon streams. Promoting catch and release, special regulations and protecting various wild salmonid populations, are among the most common conservation topics being fought for today in the sport of fly fishing. But...

Sunday Classic / Protect the Head of Your Nymphs with Thin Skin

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The more durable a fly, the more fish you can catch on it and the longer the life of the fly will be. Making a point to tie and purchase your flies with durability in mind will save you time at the tying bench...

Presenting Your Fly to Migrating Tarpon

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There’s definitely some strategy involved in tarpon fishing. Migrating tarpon offer the fly angler a great opportunity for a close in counter with the silver king, but you have to play your cards right. Many anglers have watched big schools of tarpon vanish right before...

Sunday Classic / The Myth of Manual

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IT'S A COMMON MISCONCEPTION THAT "REAL PHOTOGRAPHERS" ONLY SHOOT IN MANUAL. It's not true. Certainly not for me. I grew up using manual cameras. Cameras that didn't even have light meters. In fact I've spent as much time looking at the ground glass of a view...