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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 »

RIO's Perception trout line has a new low-stretch core that makes casting, mending, and lifting more efficient.

Perception: RIO Solves the Low-Stretch Riddle

by Ross Purnell, Editor 1

RIO’s new flagship trout line has made a core change, both figuratively and literally. The Perception trout line ($89,… more »


Steelhead Fishing The Lower Deschutes

by Deke Meyer 0

The Deschutes River drainage is immense. It begins as water seeping from volcanic rock that forms the backbone of the… more »


My ‘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 »


Finding Fish: Reading the Water

by Fly Fisherman 0

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


Cumberland Valley Alternatives

by John Terlingo 0

Pennsylvania’s fertile Cumberland Valley is known for its cold, crystalline spring creeks and their wary and selective trout. The valley’s… more »


Steelhead Fishing Solitude

by Rick Kustich 0

Looking and landing big steelhead remains as significant for me as ever, but catching one away from maddening crowds completes… more »


Sculpin Fly Pattern

by Chuck Stranahan 0

Sculpins are plentiful in rivers. Big fish eat little fish all the time. Fish sculpins long enough and hard enough,… more »

Grace Smith photo

Exploring Navarino Island

by Ross Purnell, Editor 7

Some of the finest times I’ve had on the water have been carefully scripted, if not entirely familiar. I can… more »

In a small stream, an upstream presentation is the most logical. On bigger rivers, there are more options. Geoff Mueller Photo

Fly Fishing For Trout

by Fly Fisherman 15

How to catch trout on nymphs, streamers, and drys         Now that you know the food items… more »

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