Fly Fishing: Being Outfitted Properly Should Always Be the #1 Priority

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MANY CAN ATTEST TO THE FEELING OF PURE EXCITEMENT THAT COMES OVER US RIGHT AFTER WE'VE PARKED THE VEHICLE AND ARE FIXING TO HIT THE WATER FOR A GREAT DAY OF FLY FISHING. It's an awesome feeling, one quite frankly, that I never get tired of,...

If You’re Not Looking For Trout, You’re Missing Out

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One of the things I always stress to my clients is the importance of always keeping an eye out for trout on the water. The first thing I do when I walk up to a prime piece of trout water, is take a minute or...

Some Days It’s All About the Twitch

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Some days trout need more than just a well placed fly in their field of vision and a drag-free drift to persuade them to eat. When you're working water that you're certain holds trout, and a standard drag-free drift isn't getting the job done, try...

Fly Fishing Karma

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The feeling of losing a big trout can be heart breaking, especially when it's a fish of a life time, but it happens to all of us, some just more than others. Most of the time fish are lost because of angler error during the...

Slowing Down and Casting Easier Can Improve Your Fly Cast

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Slowing down and backing off the power will help out your fly cast. Read the title of this post and try to live by it.It's my attempt in "one sentence", to help fly anglers quickly improve their fly casting, and it's made me twice fly caster and...