2022 Adams Fly Festival

If you’ve ever caught a trout on an Adams – and who hasn’t? – then you might be interested in this event in the village of Kingsley, Michigan. It’s the 2022 Adams Fly Festival, held to honor Len Halladay, the creator of the Adams. You can learn more about the event here. The post 2022 […]

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Now or Never for Columbia Basin Steelhead

The perils that face steelhead and salmon in the Columbia River basin aren’t new to anglers. This story by Rich Simms and Greg Fitz, though, helps put it all in context. If you’ve been curious about exactly how much trouble these fish are in, you need to read this story. The post Now or Never […]

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Jarbidge Mine Canceled

The Jarbidge River is a unique area in northern Nevada and southern Idaho. It’s home to redband and bull trout, and is the southernmost home of bull trout in their historical native range. A recently proposed mine near the Jarbidge River has been canceled, and the company who performed exploratory drilling – Newcrest Mining Limited […]

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Asking the Right Questions

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, put this great piece together on a topic I’ve discussed at length with new and veteran anglers alike. Are we, as anglers, asking the right questions in order to help us be more productive while on the water? It’s a fascinating question, and Dom covers this topic extremely well. You can […]

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Sage Launches New THERMO Reel

Sage just announced the release of a new saltwater-focused fly reel – the THERMO. It’s built for huge fish on massive water, available only in weights 10-12 and 12-16. This is truly a big-game reel built for big-time fishing moments. A press release on the new reel is below. You can view more about the […]

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The Popper-Dropper Rig

I almost always fish a hopper-dropper-dropper rig, even during the dead of winter. It’s more effective than most folks realize. What I haven’t ever tried, however, is a popper-dropper rig. Yes, you read that right. Kent Klewein, over at Gink & Gasoline, wrote all about it and the efficacy of this rig here. The post The Popper-Dropper […]

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How To Prolong Your Downstream Drift

One of the best skills you can refine as an angler is to increase how long you can manage a downstream drift. Whether you’re fishing from a drift boat, or wading, a long downstream drift can increase your chances of hooking into great fish. To learn how to prolong your own downstream drift, read this […]

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New PB for professional pike fishermen

This is simply a brief variation of the complete story that showed up in Angleras Mail released magazine. CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information and also images specifically to: anglersmail @timeinc.

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Youthful oriental with Net Angling This video clip reveal yo…

Youthful oriental with Net Angling This video clip reveal you regarding Young oriental angling!

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Montana Anglers Call for River Task Force

It’s no secret that this past summer was atrocious for fisheries here in the West. Extensive heat, low water, and little-to-no precipitation led to one of the worst droughts on record. That led to groups of Montana anglers and some guide and outfitter associations calling on the governor to create a river preservation task force. […]

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