Smallmouth Bass Tournament Registration Opens

The third annual GREAT Smallmouth Bass Fishing Challenge, held on the Miami River in Ohio, is now open for registration. The fishing challenge has two categories this year – one for conventional fishing, and one for fly fishing.  For anglers interested in registering for the event, you can learn more here. The post Smallmouth Bass […]

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This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water…

This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water-Loving Cat On tranquil evenings, she fishes off of a soft leading surf board connected to the side of Swell with a little light that draws in fish, Clark informed. Along with fishing, Amelia’s pastimes consist of going for strollings on the coastline and […]

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Weekly win: DAM Quick Z-Base Big Pit Reel

THIS brand-new huge pit reel from DAM ticks a great deal of boxes. Many thanks to the slow-moving oscillation, best line lay, as well as lengthy actors spindle taking 400 m of 0.35 mm line, you can thud a lure out with it. Itas likewise quite lit up as well for its dimension at 635 […]

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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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Cancer Survivor Film Wins FFI Competition

LIVINGSTON, MT. – A short film about a fly-fishing cancer survivor was named the winner of the Fly Fishing International (FFI) Virtual Expo Competition, announced Patrick Berry, President and CEO of the worldwide conservation and education organization. The top film, Becca Powell: Water is Life, was submitted on behalf of Becca Powell, Atlanta, by Georgia […]

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How To Be a Better Stripper

Stripping streamers is a skill that’s surprisingly difficult to master. Watching some anglers, it looks like you just throw a cast and randomly retrieve the line. What’s not as obvious at first glance, however, is the stripping pattern each angler uses, and how that pattern impacts an angler’s success. Ben Kryzinski, over at Hatch Magazine, put together […]

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How to See Trout

As a guide, I’m fortunate to have a front-row seat to fly fishing’s learning curve. One of the most challenging things to teach clients is how to spot trout, especially in tough water conditions. While I think some have a natural ability for it, that doesn’t mean you can’t develop the skills necessary to spot […]

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Rare Minerals More Prevalent due to Low Flows

This is an interesting story that will likely have impacts on fly fishing and water usage in Colorado. Per a new report, scientists have discovered that there’s a significantly higher level of rare earth minerals present in Colorado’s Snake River, due directly to low flows. You can read the full story here. The post Rare […]

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Water Level Rise Is Already Driving People From the Marshall…

Water Level Rise Is Already Driving People From the Marshall Islands A compact of complimentary organization, which permits Marshallese individuals to function and also live in the United States without a visa, finishes in 2023 as well as there are no guarantees it will certainly be prolonged. White, Latino as well as Marshallese pupils massage […]

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