St. Croix Names New Brand Manager

As part of their reentry into the fly fishing world, St. Croix has named Tom Larimer as fly fishing brand manager. Larimer previously worked for G. Loomis and as a guide on the Deschutes River in Oregon. You can read more about Larimer and the new role for St. Croix here. The post St. Croix […]

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Sage Launches New THERMO Reel

Sage just announced the release of a new saltwater-focused fly reel – the THERMO. It’s built for huge fish on massive water, available only in weights 10-12 and 12-16. This is truly a big-game reel built for big-time fishing moments. A press release on the new reel is below. You can view more about the […]

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WOW Amazing Fishing at Battambang How to Fishing At Cambodia

SUBSCRIBE WOW Amazing Fishing at Battambang How to Fishing At Cambodia *************************** Amazing Fishing at Pailin Province – Cambodia … Read extra: www.youtube.com

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Chub Vantage Bivvy wins Angler’s Mail honor

Fishermen’s Mail take on editor Richard Howard chose the finest items captured his eye throughout 2016.

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Sewer Creek Bass Fishing This time we are fulfilling up to g…

Sewer Creek Bass Fishing This time we are fulfilling up to go bass angling in the city around some city sewer run off drains pipes. That’s the finest point concerning bass angling. You can go bass angling simply around anywhere there is freshwater! OBTAIN THE OFFICIAL FISHING FREAK SHIRT HERE http://bit.ly/LFGMERCH LISTEN TO THE PODCAST […]

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Opinion: “In Defense of Counting Fish”

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, has put together another wonderful opinion piece, this time on the topic of counting fish. I think all of us, at some level, keep track of the number of fish we catch each time on the water. That’s just a natural byproduct of fishing. What Dom argues, though, is how we can […]

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Fly Casting: See the Target Before the Cast

Dom Swentosky has this bit of casting advice to share over at his site, Troutbitten. The casting tip is pretty simply – identify what you’re aiming at before picking up line to start your fly cast. On the surface, that seems like something we should all know, and do while on the water. In practice, though, it’s […]

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6 Man-Made Things You Wholly Thought Were ‘Natural’.

The Amazon is one of the last wild frontiers, running with deep rain forests where anacondas as well as piranhas stroll totally free to consume C-list starlets in substandard troll flicks. Since childhood years, we’ve been advised to consume fruits and also veggies due to the fact that they’re healthy and balanced as well as […]

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BP deals with Mexican course activity legal action over Deep…

BP deals with Mexican course activity legal action over Deepwater Horizon oil spill The oil got to Mexican coastlines on 30 April. This instance is brought by Sinaloa Class Actions a non-governmental organisation( NGO) made up of the reps of attorneys being experts in ecological catastrophes. BP has actually approved it is liable as well […]

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Colorado Nonprofit Helps Men Fight Mental Illness

It’s not a surprise to any of us who fish when we see fly fishing being leveraged as a tool to fight mental illness. All of us, I think, have partaken of that unique aspect of this sport at least once. And a Colorado nonprofit is taking that healing power of fly fishing to a […]

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