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Occupying the Skeena

by Steven Hawley 0

Don Wesley tells me he’s a lucky man. He’s a hereditary Chief of the Gitwilgyoots, one of nine allied tribes… more »

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Alpine Lakes for Remote Monsters

by Landon Mayer 0

If you love the hunt for native fish high in the Rockies, you tie flies all winter in anticipation of… more »

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Understanding Trout Rise Forms

by Tom Rosenbauer 0

The part of each rise visible above the surface can be a swirl, a splash, a complete jump into the… more »

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Effectively Presenting Flies to Steelhead

by John Larison 0

One of my favorite parts of guiding steelhead anglers has always been watching the glowing line swing across the blue… more »

Thompson River steelhead are now officially considered endangered under Canada's Species At Risk Act (SARA). Russell Miller photo

Thompson River Steelhead Now Officially Endangered

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

  In the April-May 2018 issue of Fly Fisherman (on sale now) we reported that Thompson River steelhead are on… more »

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Searun Cutthroat of Puget Sound

by Leland Miyawaki 0

Eons ago, our native Coastal Cutthroat trout joined their cousins—rainbow trout and Pacific salmon—in swimming downstream to the food-rich waters… more »

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5 Best Trout Fishing Spots in the World

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Whether I’m at a fishing lodge, a boat ramp parking lot, a riverside campfire, or an airport terminal in a… more »

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Brachycentrus Hatch on The Country Mile

by Matthew Green 0

Every year in late March and early April, Theo Copeland and I search the lower reaches of the Tailwater in… more »

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5 Proven Wet-Fly Methods for Steelhead

by Dana Sturn 0

There’s no finer moment 
in autumn fly fishing than the near-surface take of a wild steelhead. While some gush about… more »

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Nymphing: Low & Slow

by Lance Egan 0

The best tip for fishing current is to consistently present a team of nymphs low and slow near the riverbed…. more »

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