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Food For Finicky Trout

by Matthew Supinski 0

If a trout could choose which gourmet restaurant to dine at, it would LIKELY choose an open table on a… more »

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How To Use Streamers In Tight Quarters

by Landon Mayer 0

We have all been there . . . casting a meaty streamer in narrow water to a dark shape lurking… 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 0

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

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Fly Fishing the Hendrickson Hatch

by Paul Weamer 0

A century of fishing the Hendrickson hatch Theodore Gordon, the father of American dry-fly fishing, has died. He was America’s best… more »

Steelhead and salmon are anadromous which means they hatch in fresh water, the young migrate to the ocean or a large lake where they grow to maturity; then the adult fish return to freshwater rivers and streams to spawn and the salmon die. Ross Purnell Photo

Fly Fishing Steelhead and Salmon

by Fly Fisherman 20

How to catch the fish of a lifetime fly fishing steelhead and salmon     Steelhead and salmon are anadromous… more »

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Welding a Fly Line Loop Video

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Welding a Fly Line Loop Several companies sell customizable lengths of T material you can cut yourself to get just the… more »

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Casting: Breaking the Wrist

by Landon Mayer 2

Many casting instructors teach anglers not to break their wrists during the cast. Breaking your wrist prevents the rod tip… more »

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Green Drake: Granddaddy of the Drakes

by René Harrop 2

This is how the 1956 edition of Funk & Wagnall’s new standard dictionary explains the connection of the term “Drake”… more »

Speed Blood Knot

Speed Blood Knot Perfect for Cold Weather

by Fly Fisherman 0

The speed blood knot is easier to tie than a regular blood knot—particularly with cold hands in freezing temperatures—because you… more »

A no-slip loop knot lets large flies move freely even if they are tethered to heavy monofilament line. Ross Purnell photo

Lefty’s No-Slip Loop Knot

by Ross Purnell, Editor 3

This knot is one of the many improvements Lefty Kreh has made to the sport of fly fishing. It is… more »

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