Podcast: Orvis Fly Fishing with Tim Flagler

In a recent episode of the always-excellent Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sits down with Tim Flagler to talk CDC. This tying material comes up often in fly recipes, but why do we use it? Why is it so prized by anglers? Tim and Tom answer that question, and plenty others, in the podcast, […]

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Angling New Rods in Fountain Ponds In this video clip I’m sp…

Angling New Rods in Fountain Ponds In this video clip I’m speaking concerning signing up with up with Favorite Fishing as well as after that taking some of the brand-new poles to some old water fountain fish ponds to fish for largemouth bass. I’m angling with the Big Sexy and also Phantom collection poles in […]

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Nonnative Trout Taking Over Montana

The Washington Post recently published a story about climate change’s impacts on fisheries in Montana. Specifically, the story looked at how climate change is diminishing the habitat available for native trout – like Westslope cutthroat and bull trout – but increasing habitat for the nonnative brown and rainbow trout. The Post’s headline on their story is misleading, as it […]

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Story: ‘A Good Christmas’

This is a heartwarming story that I think will help set the tone for my own fishing in 2022. In it, Don Oliver of the Durango Herald details his Christmas fishing adventures, including a wonderful lesson he learned from kids many decades his junior. Read the story here. The post Story: ‘A Good Christmas’ appeared first on […]

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Podcast: Troutbitten’s Winter Fly Fishing Tactics

Fly fishing during winter can often feel more challenging than any other time of year. There aren’t really hatches to help you find eager fish. Some rivers freeze over, or have tiny ribbons of open water. Fish seem to laze about, unwilling to move. Finding a place to start is downright daunting. That’s where the […]

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Should You Cut or Retie Tangled Tippet?

It’s interesting to watch how different anglers react to tangled tippet and leaders. Some try to untangle it all, regardless of how bad the original knot was. Others don’t even try, and just cut the line and start over. Of course, there’s the question of which is the “right” thing to do, and the answer […]

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2021 Traver Award Winners Announced

The American Museum of Fly Fishing and John D. Voelker Foundation announced the winners of this year’s Robert Traver Fly Fishing Writing Award. Dr. Jody Martin, of Thousand Oaks, CA, won with his story entitled “Simon’s Daughter.” In addition to Martin’s winning story – which earned him at $2,500 cash prize – the judges selected […]

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Montana Fly Company Sold to Golden Fly Shop

The Montana Fly Company has made a big name for itself in the fly fishing world, with innovative fly patterns and fun, colorful fly boxes. Based in Columbia Falls, MT, it’s a true home-grown company. But on Friday, MFC owner Adam Trina announced on Instagram that he’s sold MFC to Golden Fly Shop, located in […]

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“Legends of the Fly” Saltwater Tournament to Benefit Project Healing Waters and SEALKIDS

Southeast Virginia’s fly-fishing-only “Legends of the Fly” tournament is back after missing 2020 because of COVID restrictions and this year once again will feature 2-person teams competing for a variety of prizes. Proceeds from the tournament go to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) and SEALKIDS. SEALKIDS provides academic support to children of Navy Seals, […]

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