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Moth Larvae

When Moth Larvae Shine

by Barry Beck 0

Terrestrial or land-born insects play an important role in the diets of trout throughout the season. These food items include… more »

Crane Flies, Damselflies, and Mice

Crane Flies, Damselflies, and Mice

by Landon Mayer 0

I will never forget the fall day I witnessed one of the largest BWO hatches I’ve ever seen on the… more »

Dry-Fly Hackle

Neat Vertical Dry-Fly Hackle every time

by Charlie Craven 0

I often say that fly tying is merely a vast collection of techniques. There are so many, it’s difficult to… more »

Beetle Fly For Trout

Beetle Fly For Trout

by Barry Beck 0

I watched from my perch on the bank high above New Zealand’s Hope river as the double-digit brown moved slowly… more »

Guide Jeff Forsee and Fly Fisherman editor Ross Purnell with a 55-inch taimen from the Delger River.

The Beast from the Delger

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

[This is an short excerpt from the feature story “The One Path” in the Feb.Mar. 2017 issue of Fly Fisherman…. more »

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Stillwater Hatches

by Brian Chan 0

Learn the dominant hatches in lakes, ponds, and reservoirs, and how to imitate them Thousands upon thousands of lakes—from tiny… more »

Donald Trump Jr. and his son pursue rainbows on the swing during a recent trip to Alaska.

George Daniel’s Streamer Masterpiece

by Ross Purnell, Editor 2

In the current Feb-Mar 2016 issue of Fly Fisherman magazine, contributing editor George Daniel shares his strategies for “Streamers in… more »

Great Lakes Brown Trout

Fly Fishing for Great Lakes Brown Trout

by Matthew Supinski 1

The November gale came off Lake Ontario and pounded the shore like a curse. With it came blinding snow squalls… more »

What Do Trout Eat

What Do Trout Eat

by Fly Fisherman 4

Beginner bug blueprints—mayflies, caddis, stoneflies, midges, terrestrials, and more of what trout eat     Trout eat a host of… more »

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Fly Fishing California

by Chris Swinney 2

Two hours east of San Francisco, the Stanislaus River offers wild rainbow trout—as well as striped bass, salmon, steelhead, and… more »

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