Story: “In Praise of the Mighty Whitey”

Tom Reed wrote this story for Fly Fisherman Magazine a few years ago, and they recently republished it online. The story is an ode to whitefish, an oft-maligned native fish here in the West that has more business in our rivers than browns or rainbows. Whitefish are a fantastic catch on a fly rod. Just last week […]

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Tying Tuesday: Antonio’s Adult BWO

With fall finally here, the blue-winged olives are back in full force on most trout rivers across the country. Today’s Tying Tuesday video aims to help you take advantage of this hatch. This is an easy-to-tie, effective BWO pattern that’s worth trying out this fall, especially if you’re chasing educated trout. The post Tying Tuesday: […]

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Umpqua Intros New Hooks

Umpqua – arguably the leader in making fly tying hooks – has released a brand new line of hooks, designed for use with oversized beads. The lineup – XC210 – is a direct result of the Euro nymphing craze that’s not letting up on the tying industry anytime soon. Read more about the new hooks […]

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See The Psychedelic Collaboration Between Salvador Dal And D…

See The Psychedelic Collaboration Between Salvador Dal And Disney In 1945, Walt Disney as well as Salvador Dal teamed up for a computer animated motion picture which blended Disney’s love for wholesome computer animation withSalvador Dal’s love of the eccentric as well as wonderful. The Walt Disney Company, after that Walt Disney Studios, was beleaguered […]

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Impressive Beautiful Girl Fishing With Her Brother Khmer Tra…

angling, angling video clips, fish fry, Amazing Beautiful Girl Fishing With Her Brother Khmer Traditional Fishing In Battambang # 19 exactly how to promote sludge exactly how to boost … Read much more: www.youtube.com

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Trouble on the Deschutes

This is a thoughtful conservation piece penned by Glenn Zinkus for Fly Fisherman Magazine. In it, he details the side effects of salmon and steelhead recovery on the native fishes of the Deschutes River system. It’s intriguing, and worth considering as we move forward collectively in our efforts to restore native fish to their native waters. Read […]

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Coastline angling pointers for novices (Part 4) – Shore Plai…

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Huge hit of monster tench … on lobworms!

HOW about this for a catch of tench… including FIVE double-figure specimens! Alan Rio got amongst some monster tench – this one scaled 10 lb 13 oz. The monster tench fell to specimen fish ace Alan Rio as he enjoyed one of his best ever sessions. Alan bagged 11 tench, topped by FIVE doubles, including […]

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Lockdown latest round-up: venues reopen, match fishing can restart and tackle shops prepare for June 15

LOCKDOWN measures have been modified – and it was the positive news so many have been waiting for. In England only, Wednesday, May 13 signalled the start of people being  allowed to take unlimited exercise outdoors. People in England were able to enjoy parks and public spaces without having to exercise. Angling got the green […]

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