Sunday Classic / Fly Fishing Stillwater by Gareth Jones

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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 Rene Harrop...

3 Tips for Fishing High and Dirty Water for Trout

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By Kent Klewein Have you ever pulled up to a stream after a heavy rain, ready to fish, but canceled your fishing plans because the water looked too high and dirty? I'll be the first to admit there are times when this is the case, but very...

Sunday Classic / 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...

8 Elements of Fly Design to Follow for Imitating Trout Food Sources

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When tying fly patterns, it's very important that you try your best to incorporate several different elements of fly design to increase their effectiveness. No one knows with complete certainty what order or priority trout rank each element of a food source or fly pattern,...

Fly Fishing the Trico Hatch & Spinner Fall

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The first major spinner fall that I ever witnessed and had the pleasure of fishing took place many years ago on the South Platte River in Colorado. I'll never forget the excitement I felt as I watched countless trico spinners floating downstream in the surface...