New Fly Shop to Open in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City likely isn’t the first place you think of when your mind drifts to fly fishing. For a growing number of anglers, though, Oklahoma is home to tons of varied fly fishing opportunities. That’s why Tom Adams – a well-known fly fishing guide and teacher in Oklahoma – got together with some friends to […]

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Orvis Podcast: Seven Deadly Sins of Nymph Fishing

Tom Rosenbauer has had Josh Nugent, of Out Fly Fishing in Calgary, on the Orvis Podcast a few times over the past few years to do a “Seven Deadly Sins” series. Their latest entry discusses the seven deadly sins of nymphing, and it’s a fantastic conversation. You can listen to the podcast here. The post […]

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Why You Should Fish More Leeches

Landon Mayer is one of the best guides in fly fishing, and he’s made a name for himself as someone who knows how to catch big fish. So, when Landon talks, I usually sit up straight and listen. His latest story for Fly Fisherman Magazine details why us anglers ought to fish more leech flies. As Mayer […]

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Opinion: Is the Fly Fishing Industry Making Us Soft?

Paul Puckett, over at Gink & Gasoline, put together a fantastic piece where he discusses how fly fishing is too easy these days. I have to say, I agree with Paul – but there are still plenty of undiscovered gems out there. Regardless, it’s worth reading Puckett’s ideas, which you can find here. The post Opinion: Is […]

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Gear Review: Hardy Ultralite X Fly Rod

I recently had the chance to play with and review the new Hardy Ultralite X fly rod, in a 9′ 6-weight configuration. It’s one of the most fun rods I’ve ever fished, and one I think will develop a cult following rather quickly. Read the full review here. The post Gear Review: Hardy Ultralite X […]

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Louisiana’s ‘Cajun Navy’ Is A 100% Volunteer Group That’s He…

Louisiana’s ‘Cajun Navy’ Is A 100% Volunteer Group That’s Helping Flood Victims As well as not simply Cajuns: People from Mississippi, individuals from up north,”informed Lafayette-area resident Shawn Boudreaux, that invested Thursday collaborating Cajun Navy volunteers outside a Cabela’s angling, outdoor camping as well as searching shop in Gonzales, Louisiana, approximately midway in between Baton […]

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Xia Ji ri!

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River rut finishes with gigantic barbel

CAUGHT A BIG FISH OR GOT SOME NEWS? Email information and also pictures solely to: anglersmail @timeinc. CAUGHT A BIG FISH OR GOT SOME NEWS? Email information as well as images specifically to: anglersmail @timeinc.

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The Diversity of Trout

This is an interesting piece from Fly Fisherman Magazine that details some of the nuances we fly anglers love to debate. Specifically, this story talks about the genetic and visual differences between greenback and Colorado River cutthroat trout. It’s a fun read, especially if you’re interested in the scientific side of fly fishing. Read the story here. […]

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Paul Bruun Inducted Into Fly Fishing Hall of Fame

Paul Bruun, a former guide and current columnist for Jackson Hole News & Guide, was inducted into this year’s Fly Fishing Hall of Fame class. Bruun has long been recognized throughout fly fishing as an expert on the history of angling, especially in the United States. Read more about Bruun and his induction here. The post Paul […]

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