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Smooth Operators of The Complete Cast

by Lefty Kreh & Ed Jaworowski 0

Many anglers do not like casting weighted lines or flies, but that’s simply because they’re using conventional casting techniques. It’s… more »


10 Techniques for Getting Unsnagged

by Joe Mahler 0

We all get snagged from time to time—it’s a fact of fishing. And just as Babe Ruth simultaneously led the… more »

Fly Fishing

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 »


Tips for Effectively Casting in Wind

by Joe Mahler 0

I don’t sail, but I have always admired those who do it well. Using the wind to their advantage, good… 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 »

Spine Of The Rod

Spine Of The Rod

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

  John Ange finds and marks the spine of every rod section produced in the Thomas & Thomas factory in… more »

Scenic Cache la Poudre

Wild & Scenic Cache la Poudre

by Ken McCoy 0

In the early 1820s, a group of fur traders heading from St. Louis, Missouri to Green River, Wyoming, decided to… more »

Reading the Water

Reading the Water

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Locating fish is the first step to a successful outing. In moving water, predatory fish hold in the same types… more »

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Tarpon Caviar

by Capt. Bruce Chard 0

Florida’s insane palolo worm hatch Whether you’re dreaming about the world-famous salmonfly bonanza that sends Madison River rainbows into a… more »


The Endless Hatch

by Brett Wedeking 0

There is no “Off” season on California’s Yuba River After a long winter of frozen digits and fading visual acuity… more »

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