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How to Cast a Fly

by Fly Fisherman 0

Simple steps to deliver your fly to the fish Casting a spinning rod and casting a fly line share one… more »

Fish Weight Estimator

Fish Weight Estimator

by Michael Larkin, PH.D. 0

Fishermen may keep their spots a secret, but I haven’t met a fisherman yet that was shy about talking about… more » photo

Modify your fly leader to meet changing conditions

by George Kesel 0

Modify your leader to meet changing conditions I believe leaders are the most misunderstood pieces of equipment in a fly… more »


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 »


Best Fly Fishing Knots

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

The best knots to create a seamless system from your reel to the fly There is a school of thought… more »

Two Fly Nymph Rig

How To Rig A Two Fly Nymph Rig

by Pat Dorsey 0

Two flies are better than one in almost every situation If you play blackjack, you are familiar with the idea… more »


Understanding Mayflies

by Paul Weamer 0

Make nymphs, duns, and spinners part of your vocabulary—and your tactics Throughout most of human history, fishing was simply a… more »

weighted fly line

How to cast weighted fly line, heavy flies, and split-shot

by Lefty Kreh & Ed Jaworowski 0

How to cast weighted lines, heavy flies, and split-shot Many anglers do not like casting weighted lines or flies, but… more »


Streamers in the Riffles

by George Daniel 0

Riffles possess a high concentration of trout food, which in turn can attract larger trout during certain periods of time…. more »

Bear-repelling shotgun shell: "Dragon's Breath".

How To Catch Lethargic Salmon and Steelhead

by Simon Gawesworth 1

I have long been fascinated by a subset of the fish population called “anadromous.” By definition, anadromous means “migrating from… more »

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