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Remove the Myth (High Cost) from Fly-Fishing popular

There are certain fallacies that surround fly fishing. One, a financial gap spans between the angler and proper equipment. There’s an intimidation factor, too – all that wicker on the waist and measured line wafting in the clouds. And the headgear? Really, do ...

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King Of Spey Rods popular

A lot of water has passed over the dam since I last communicated my thoughts to do with the gentle art. The fact is, I’ve been sick; when you’re sick, testing rods, reels, and/or lines is sometimes darned hard to do. However, you can do as I did and gather...

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French Nymphing – New Approach To Old Problem

The French Nymphing Method is a relatively new approach to an old problem when fly fishing. This technique and rig is a relatively new approach to an old problem – spooky fish. The more you fish with it, the more you will see its potential.

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Banjo Jack's Parachute Caddis

In guiding fly fishers over the years, I've noticed that clearly the single most important criterion for clients fishing out of a boat is fly visibility. Many great all-purpose and attractor dry flies work extremely well. Various colored Wulffs, humpies,...

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Fly Tying: Softex Spawn

In the everlasting search for the perfect egg fly to drift this upcoming spring; one fly has set itself apart from all the rest. The soft touch spawn pattern incorporates all the great characteristics of the traditional egg flies with a few new secrets of its ...

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Fly Tying: Swinger

If you were to get a sneak peak into fishermans' fly boxes across the country, I am sure you would see a lot of the same types of flies. Hares Ear's, Prince nymph's and Wulff dry flies would definitely make up a large portion of flies in these boxes. Just as...

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Madam X Hopper Pattern

When it comes to filling my fly box for the upcoming summers fishing trips there is one principle I always adhere to. And that is the simple fact that one cannot have to many different hopper patterns. In my fly box I carry deer hair, foam and parachute...

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Rainbow Smolt

There is no doubt in my mind that the feeding habits of large trout change the bigger they get and later into the season it is. Large trout do still consume their daily diets of ants, mayflies, caddisflies, and true flies while they can, but in the fall...

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Red Barron Epoxy Minnow

Fly patterns that are incorporating epoxy into their construction have exploded in popularity in the salt-water fly tying world in the last few years. These patterns can range anywhere from minnow mimics to any form of crustacean and even to copying squid....

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Fly Tying the PT Stone Pattern

Some of the most enjoyable hatches to fish throughout the long summer months would have to be those of the insect order Plecoptera (stoneflies). When the time is right for the bugs to emerge, there is no need for a magnifying glass to try and identify what is ...

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