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Fly Fishing For Kids

Fly Fishing For Kids

by Tom Rosenbauer 1

Passionate fly fishers dream of having their kids turn into their best fishing buddies. It often doesn’t happen at all,… more »


B.C.’s Best Dry-Fly Fishing

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Just north of the Canada/U.S. border, about three hours from Spokane, Washington, is perhaps the best-kept trout secret in North… more »


Stripers Love Squid In The Rips

by John Field 0

The scene of jumping squid and striped bass recurs in my imagination when I’m off the water, and has kept… more »

Fly Casting

Fly Casting

by Barny Wong 0

The dreaded tailing loop is a common casting fault that visits all fly casting anglers one time or another—often when… more »


Secret Fly Line

by Dave and Emily Whitlock 2

Photos, and illustrations by: Dave & Emily Whitlock The sight of a fly line in the air or on or below… more »

Fly Fishing For Bass

Fly Fishing For Bass

by Fly Fisherman 0

  Smallmouth and largemouth bass might be America’s most popular gamefish—and for good reason. These hardy, stocky predators smash lures… more »

Russian Fly Fishing

Russian Fly Fishing

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Rainbow trout are rapacious, predatory hunters. They are not by way of genetics reclusive, wary of inanimate objects floating overhead,… more »



by Lance Egan 0

Call it Euro, Czech, Polish, or short-line nymphing—no matter what tag you apply to it, the concepts are the same…. more »

Trout use shadow edges to conceal themselves and feed, just as they would in a transition seam from slow to fast water. Joe Mahelr illustration

Hunting Trout in the Shadows

by Ross Purnell, Editor 2

Trout use shadows for concealment and for feeding, and it’s a particularly important feature on small streams with large trout…. more »

Fly Fishing Striped Bass

Fly Fishing Striped Bass

by Dan Blanton 0

Striped bass are arguably the most popular saltwater fly-rod species on both coasts, and they are rapidly becoming a premier… more »

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