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 To be a good stop-and-go nymph fisherman, you must read the signs from your line, leader, and

Nymph Fishing Method

John Judy - January 07, 2016

To be a good stop-and-go nymph fisherman, you must read the signs from your line, leader, and

Fly Tying the RS2 Fly

Gear

The RS2 Fly

Fly Fisherman - January 06, 2016

Fly Tying the RS2 Fly

Here are the step-by-steps for fly thing the rusty spinner fly.

 

Gear

Fly Tying the Rusty Spinner Fly

Fly Fisherman - January 06, 2016

Here are the step-by-steps for fly thing the rusty spinner fly.  

 Guide Shane Hunter hoists a 50-inch pike caught by Fly Fisherman publisher Steve Hoffman. The pike Beginners

Fly Fishing For Pike With Monster Magic

Dwayne 'Chip' Cromarty - January 05, 2016

Guide Shane Hunter hoists a 50-inch pike caught by Fly Fisherman publisher Steve Hoffman. The...

Finishing Flies Using Permanent Waterproof Markers in carefully selected colors to your tying bench is a fun and easy way to add life to a variety of patterns. Species

Finishing Flies Using Permanent Waterproof Markers

Charlie Craven - January 05, 2016

Finishing Flies Using Permanent Waterproof Markers in carefully selected colors to your tying...

Two caddis patterns for every situation, Butch and Goober. Flies

Two caddis patterns for every situation

Kelly Galloup - January 04, 2016

Two caddis patterns for every situation, Butch and Goober.

Here's a list of items that will get you ready for your your first trip! Beginners

Getting Started with the Right Fly-Fishing Gear

Fly Fisherman - January 03, 2016

Here's a list of items that will get you ready for your your first trip!

How to catch trout on nymphs, streamers, and drys. 
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 In a small stream, an upstream Beginners

Fly Fishing For Trout

Fly Fisherman - January 03, 2016

How to catch trout on nymphs, streamers, and drys. ' In a small stream, an upstream

There are few flies that strike fear into the hearts of fly tiers like the Humpy. Flies

Craven's Easy Humpy

Charlie Craven

There are few flies that strike fear into the hearts of fly tiers like the Humpy.

A Super Soft-hackle Stone Fly breathe in the water, advertising 'big food' to foraging trout. Flies

Soft-hackle Stone Fly

Eric Pettine - January 03, 2016

A Super Soft-hackle Stone Fly breathe in the water, advertising 'big food' to foraging trout.

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