Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch

This is a throwback story from the September 1987 edition of Fly Fisherman Magazine that tells the story of the legendary Mother’s Day caddis hatch. This is a fun glimpse to what trout fishing was like back in the late ’80s. You can read the story here. The post Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch appeared first […]

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New Film: “The Streak”

In a new film exclusively on Fly Fisherman Magazine‘s YouTube channel and website, we’re treated to a wonderful story. “The Streak” details the events that led two friends to catch fish together, every calendar month, for 19 years on Montana’s Bitterroot River. You can view the film here. The post New Film: “The Streak” appeared first […]

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John Wilson’s GO FISHING – Oliver’s First Carp.mp4

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Duterte handle China over Scarborough Shoal reveals United S…

Duterte handle China over Scarborough Shoal reveals United States failing

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Korda Boom

THE clueas in the name. Kordaas very first fluorocarbon that can be kinky for simplicity of usage and also tidyness. Itas made to be utilized as a boom to kick the lure far from the lead. Integrate it right into a combi gear or utilize it for an out and also out tight gear, for […]

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Video: Correcting Common Casting Mistakes

Pete Kutzer, over at Orvis, hits another home run with this fantastic video on how to correct common casting mistakes. Excellent casting in the single-most important skill you can have as a fly angler, and Pete’s video will help you hone that skill to perfection. Watch it here. The post Video: Correcting Common Casting Mistakes […]

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Utah’s Water Problem

It’s no secret that Western states are grappling with one of the worst water crises in recent memory. Utah, in particular, is facing extreme drought and record demand thanks to unchecked development throughout the state. This excellent story by Brett Walton in High Country News illustrates the water problem Utah and other Western states must reckon with. […]

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Madison River Issue Resolved

The malfunction at Hebgen Dam that caused the Madison River to drop to alarmingly low levels – endangering an entire year-class of new trout – has been fixed, per Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (FWP). When the dam malfunctioned, flows dropped to around 177 cubic feet per second, leaving much of the upper Madison River […]

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Tips for Completing Western Trout Challenge

By now, most of us in the fly fishing world have heard of Daniel Ritz’s attempt to complete the Western Native Trout challenge in one year. The challenge is simple – catch the West’s native fish in their native waters. The execution, however, is anything but. Ritz managed to complete the challenge, and you can […]

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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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