Purnell: Fishing For New Species

Ross Purnell, editor-in-chief over at Fly Fisherman Magazine, put together a story recently about how to expand your fly fishing horizons. With warm water conditions gripping most trout strongholds in the West, it’s never been a better time to explore fishing for new species. Purnell gives some direction on how to accomplish that here. The post Purnell: […]

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How to Fly Fish for Snakeheads

Every time I hear about snakeheads, I remember the episode of River Monsters where Jeremy Wade describes how these fish terrorized Florida when they were first found here years ago. Now, though, snakehead survive alongside the rest of Florida’s menagerie of fish, and in plenty of other states as well. And Blane Chocklett has some great tips […]

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Why Fish Reject Flies

Offering up his usual nuggets of wisdom, Dom Swentosky is back at it again over at Troutbitten with a new story about why trout reject eating flies. Hint – it’s not always about if they’ve seen the pattern before. More often, it’s that fish have seen that bad presentation before, and it’s up to anglers to improve […]

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