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Casting with the Flow

by John Larison 0

In the 19th century, fly fishers learned to match the hatch, and almost overnight fly fishing became a consistently effective… more »

The Angle of Recast for Steelhead

by John Larison 1

Swinging flies for winter steelhead is no different, really, than casting dries to picky browns: if you cast a dry… more »

The 12' 4" 8wt Platinum retails for $575

Product Review: Beulah 12′ 4″ 8 wt Platinum Spey Rod

by John Larison 2

The spey rods market has never been so ripe with Skagit rods. ¬†Nearly every manufacturer has a stick or two… more »

Freeing the Calapooia, a new film by Freshwaters Illustrated – Freshwater Ecology

by John Larison 0

Freshwaters Illustrated, a Northwest-based organization dedicated to providing the pubic with an understanding of freshwater ecology, made this superb new… more »

One in Winter, a film by Ryan Peterson on Winter Steelhead

by John Larison 1

If you want to see a soulful tour of the steelheader’s State of Jefferson, check out Ryan Peterson’s new film,… more »

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More March Madness The Pink Intruder

by John Larison 3

This buck smacked a big pink Intruder (thanks Mr. Ward):

The pool's resident heavy.

March Madness for Steelhead

by John Larison 1

Hens swim to their gravel, do their business, and slip quietly back downstream. ¬†Bucks, on the other hand, cruise from… more »

Breaking News: Native Fish Society Files Suit Against NMFS and ODFW

by John Larison 0

The Native Fish Society filed suit this week in federal court against the National Marine Fisheries Service and the Oregon… more »

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Product Review: Long Live the CDL

by John Larison 1

Several years back, I set up a few new spey rods with Redington’s CDL reels in the 10/11 weight size…. more »

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Huge Chinook Salmon Returns Predicted for Klamath and Sac Rivers

by John Larison 2

Fisheries managers from California and Oregon are predicting huge returns of Chinook this fall to the Klamath and Sacramento Rivers,… more »

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