Sunday Classic / The cutthroat and the sweet sixteen

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"HE IS OUR LEGACY. HE WAS LEFT HERE FOR US BY A LOVING FATHER, IF YOU BELIEVE IN THAT SORT OF THING, AND ONCE HE IS GONE WE WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO REPLACE HIM." My friend Gary Lacey did me a disservice while shooting clays...

Fishing Mud Lines For Big Fish

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By: Garner Reid MUD LINES ARE EXCELLENT PLACES FOR FISH TO HIDE. I split my guiding year in half, targeting trout from fall to spring and the rest of the year pursuing summer run striped bass in my local river systems. River run stripers offer their own...

Fly Fishing Stillwater

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by Gareth Jones THE OTHER HENRY'S Mention to any flyfisher that you're heading for Island Park, Idaho and they'll immediately think you'll be packing a selection of CDC and biot creations intended to deceive the wonderfully selective leviathans of the Henry's Fork. However, my latest visit to see...

Sunday Classic / Relax, Read the Water and Believe

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Sometimes, wanting too much can get you in trouble on the water. If you set your goals too high and lose sight of the real reason you're out there in the first place (to be blessed with catching a few fish and relaxing), before...

Should You Be Sharpening Your Hooks More?

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Casting all day long, searching for that beast of a brown. I'm giving it everything I've got. I know that's what it's going to take if I want a decent shot at landing a big mature brown trout. I'm looking for a 20 plus-incher and...