Swentosky’s Favorite Euro Rods

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, has made a major impact in the tight-line nymphing scene over the last few years. His Mono Rig is a unique take on the tight-line nymphing skills that so many anglers have had success with over the years. Which leads us to Dom’s latest post. In it, he details which current rods […]

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Finding Bonefish Spawning Sites

There’s some really interesting news out from the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT). Their scientists are honing in on bonefish spawning sites in the Florida Keys. Locating these sites is another step towards conserving bonefish, by placing protections over potentially delicate spawning grounds. You can read more about the discovery here. The post Finding Bonefish […]

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Opinion: Always Look for Trout

Louis Cahill put together a piece recently that I stand behind 100 percent. In it, he details the importance of stopping to wait and look for trout while fishing. All too often, we end up blundering through holes and spooking fish because we’re not patient enough to sit back and watch the water for fish. […]

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Video: Using Hackle Guards

Phil Monahan put this piece together for the Orvis blog a few days ago, and it’s definitely worth sharing. If you’ve never used hackle guards, they can be a great help when working on flies in the vise. Read the story and watch the video here. The post Video: Using Hackle Guards appeared first on […]

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Tying Tuesday: Orange Head Mary

This variation on a pheasant tail nymph is a productive fly, especially in the fall months. The folks over at Fly Fish Food produce some fantastic tying videos, and the Orange Head Mary is a great example of how easy their videos are to follow. The post Tying Tuesday: Orange Head Mary appeared first on […]

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5 Old-School Striper Patterns

With the fall run of striped bass fast approaching, you’re probably spending some time at the tying vise to get ready. But you don’t need to focus on finding the latest hot new fly. According to the folks over at Field & Stream, you just need five classic patterns. You can view the list of patterns […]

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Podcast: The Orvis Guide with Sasha Danylchuk

Tom Rosenbauer hosts the Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing podcast, and recently had Sasha Danylchuk on. Sasha is the executive director of KeepFishWet, the conservation organization that’s done so much to help raise awareness about handling trout. You can listen to the podcast here. The post Podcast: The Orvis Guide with Sasha Danylchuk appeared first […]

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Rare Minerals More Prevalent due to Low Flows

This is an interesting story that will likely have impacts on fly fishing and water usage in Colorado. Per a new report, scientists have discovered that there’s a significantly higher level of rare earth minerals present in Colorado’s Snake River, due directly to low flows. You can read the full story here. The post Rare […]

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High on the Fly Releases Fall 2021 Collection

High on the Fly, a lifestyle fly fishing brand based out of Utah, has recently released newly designed mugs, just in time for the fall 2021 season. The mugs feature original artwork by Stacey Weaver, and are some of the nicest looking fly fishing accessories I’ve seen. View the entire collection here. The post High […]

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AmazingFishing by Electric Tool – Fishing in Cambodia – How …

AmazingFishing by Electric Tool – Fishing in Cambodia – How to Catch Fish with modern-day Tool Hi all belove customers as well as site visitors. Welcoming from Cambodia.

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