Don’t Be a Sleep at the Wheel When Fishing Egg Patterns

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Egg patterns are a staple in my fly fishing and guiding. Stocked trout are suckers for them, but even wild trout will gladly snack on them if you correctly put it in front of them most of the year. Several different egg imitations and sizes are...

Saturday’s Shoutout / Weekend Fly Fishing Reads

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This week’s Saturday shoutout I put a together a short list of fly fishing reads for you all to check out this weekend. I found them all to be good reads. Whether you fish or not this weekend, we hope it’s relaxing for you. Thanks...

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...

Sunday’s Classic / Strategies for High Water Streamer Fishing

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It’s really hard to beat streamer fishing high water on tailwater’s from a drift boat, especially when your wanting to target trophy class fish. Although numbers of trout caught during high water flows usually are lower than fishing during low water flows, the size of...

Has Distance Casting Hijacked Rod Design?

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EVERY TIME I VISIT A FLY FISHING TRADE SHOW AND WALK BY ONE OF THOSE 100' CASTING PONDS FILLED SHOULDER TO SHOULDER WITH ANGLERS ALL TRYING THEIR BEST TO LAND THEIR FLY ON THE FAR END OF THE CASTING POND, I ASK MYSELF, "IS THAT...