Angler Attitude Can Increase Success During Tough Fishing Conditions

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I’m grateful to have a full-time fishing partner that isn’t afraid to step it up when the going gets tough. Louis Cahill is the epitome of this, he’s an angler that’s willing to do whatever’s necessary to put fish in the net, even when catching...

Sealing The Deal, Landing Bonefish

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It’s time to seal the deal. Now that we’ve covered a few of the fundamentals of bone fishing it’s time to seal the deal. Landing saltwater fish is a little different from landing a trout. For one thing saltwater guides don’t carry nets. Try to...

Foam is Home

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There’s no reason to write a novel about today’s fly fishing tips & technique post. It’s a good idea for all trout fishermen to get in the habit of always locating the highest concentrations of foam before fishing a stretch of water. In simple terms,...

Angler Access, Montana’s bold New Precedent

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How Will the PPL Montana v. Montana Case Affect Access Going Forward? An article by Benjamin Clary In the past few years, Montanans have become gun-shy about large, private landowners and rightfully so after battles against the likes of Huey Lewis and James Cox Kennedy....

Women Fly Fishers Have the Potential to Dig The Industry Out of the Red

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Who says the sport fly fishing is shrinking? Ok, maybe as a whole it is, but the last couple of years, women fly fishers have been on a steady rise, and just about everyone seems to be taking notice of the phenomenon. The past eleven...