What Does it Take to Catch Big Trout?

Dom Swentosky has a unique viewpoint on what it takes to catch big trout. He asserts it just takes time, and I agree with him. But are there other lessons you need to learn in order to consistently get into big fish?  You can read his story here. The post What Does it Take to […]

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5 Tips for Taking a Kid on a Guided Trip

Taking kids fishing is a fun, worthwhile activity. It’s one of the best ways to pass along your love for the sport. But taking kids on a guided trip can be a bit of a gamble. After all, guided trips aren’t cheap, and you’ll want to get the most out of your day that you […]

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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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Podcast: Orvis Podcast with Kirk Deeter

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with fishing writer and editor extraordinaire Kirk Deeter on a recent episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast. During the show, they discuss something that really caught my interest – whether we’ve gone “too far” with native trout. If you’re curious what “too far” means, then I suggest you listen to […]

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Misconceptions About Mousing for Trout

Joe Cermele, over at The MeatEater, has a great story on misconceptions about mousing for trout. I’ve tried my hand at mousing for a few years now, and while I’ve never had success at night, I’ve caught plenty of fish on mice during the day. That’s just one of the misconceptions Joe dives into throughout […]

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Sorry West Coast, Dungeness Crab Is Off The Table For Now Fa…

Sorry West Coast, Dungeness Crab Is Off The Table For Now Fans of wonderful, weighty Dungeness crab are going to have to resolve for the smaller sized Chesapeake blue crabs for currently. While Kudela waited to straight associate the harmful Dungeness crabs to environment modification, he did state the uncommonly high degrees of domoic acid […]

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Master Reaper Pole Section Retainer

Below is an additional convenient little device from the group at Guru. The Pole Section Retainer will certainly suit anything from a No. 4 to a butt area. It features 2 post socks as well as a beneficial center grasp in between. Including an EVA layered structure for optimum security as well as thick post […]

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IF4 Announces 2022 Selections, Showings

The International Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4) is back for 2022, appearing in theaters for the first time since the pandemic hit. Among this year’s official selections are films by industry stalwarts Gilbert Rowley and Todd Moen, and an interesting movie about some remote rivers in Russia. You can find a full press release about […]

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Fly Fishing Affordably

It’s no secret that you can spend thousands upon thousands of dollars on fly fishing gear. Shoot, I’ve done that more often than I’d care to admit. But it doesn’t have to be expensive, as Ross Purnell reminds us in this story over at Fly Fisherman Magazine. In it, he lists some of the best inexpensive gear […]

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