Sunday Classic / Check Your Rig For Tangles and Unwanted Debris

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The other day, guiding two anglers, I learned a valuable lesson of how important it can be to regularly check fly rigs throughout the day. One of my clients had just landed a nice trout, so I told him to wade up and fish...

Fly Fishing: Why Tippet Size Can Be More Important With Nymphs

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Dry fly fishing, makes for a much closer call, but I still stand by my belief, that tippet size is more important with nymphs. Largely because the two most important factors in dry fly fishing success, are an accurate presentation and a drag free drift....

Fly Fishing Tip: Check Your Rig For Tangles and Unwanted Debris

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It's really easy for us to get lackadaisical on the water fly fishing, especially when we're enjoying our time away from work and the beauty of the outdoors. Failing to take the time throughout the day to inspect and perform rig maintenance on the water,...

Fly Fishing: 6 Sight-Fishing Tips for Shallow Water Trout

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Fly fishing during the fall and winter months can really open the door to some great sight-fishing opportunities for fly anglers targeting trout. Generally, most of our wadable trout streams run low and clear from the lack of rainfall this time of year. If you...

Why All Fly Anglers Should Be Watching Their Back Cast

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By Kent Klewein No fly angler should ever feel ashamed to watch his/her back cast when trout fishing. In fact, if you make a habit of consistently watching your back cast, you'll become a much better fly caster overtime and catch a good deal more fish when...

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