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Pro Tips: Go Naked When Nymphing in Still Water

Pro Tips: Go Naked When Nymphing in Still Water

Written by: Phil Rowley, Fly Craft Angling Phil Rowley hoists a fine Falcon’s Ledge rainbow caught using the “naked” technique.All photos courtesy [...]
A Midsummer Trifecta of Fly Patterns

A Midsummer Trifecta of Fly Patterns

Written by: Ted Fauceglia Tricos produce some of the largest spinnerfalls of the season.Photos by Ted Fauceglia [Editor’s note: Ted Faucegli [...]
Pro Tips: Top 10 Flies for Stillwater Trout

Pro Tips: Top 10 Flies for Stillwater Trout

Written by: Drew Rodden, North Park Anglers Drew Rodden shows off a gorgeous stillwater rainbow from Colorado.Photo courtesy Drew Rodden I g [...]
Pro Tips: How to Fly Fish for Longnose Gar

Pro Tips: How to Fly Fish for Longnose Gar

Written by: Drew Price Drew Price with his personal-best longnose gar, which measured 48 inches long.Photo courtesy Drew Price The first time I ev [...]
How to Create a Persuasive Image of a Sulfur

How to Create a Persuasive Image of a Sulfur

Written by: Ted Fauceglia A newly hatched sulfur rides the surface of a Pennsylvania stream.Photos by Ted Fauceglia [Editor’s note: For many [...]
Guys and Dolls: How to Match the Hendrickson Hatch(es)

Guys and Dolls: How to Match the Hendrickson Hatch(es)

Written by: Ted Fauceglia The female dun is lighter and larger than the male, and the trout will often key on one or the other.All photos by Te [...]
Classic Pro Tip: How to Fish High, Off-Color Water

Classic Pro Tip: How to Fish High, Off-Color Water

Written by: Tim Linehan, Linehan Outfitting Co. Gerry shows off one of many trout that fell for a jigged nymph during high water.Photo by Tim Line [...]
Classic Pro Tips: Spring Fishing is Great, But Don’t Tread on Redds

Classic Pro Tips: Spring Fishing is Great, But Don’t Tread on Redds

Written by: Chris Strainer, Crosscurrents Fly Shop Be on the lookout for rainbow trout redds when you are wading.Photo by Montana Fish, Wildlife & [...]
5 Tips for Taking a Kid on a Guided Trip

5 Tips for Taking a Kid on a Guided Trip

Written by: Kip Vieth, Wildwood Float Trips That big smile suggests that this youngster is hooked for life.Photos by Kip Vieth This is the y [...]
Sorting It All Out – Orvis News

Sorting It All Out – Orvis News

Written by: Debra Carr Brox March is the time for spring cleaning. Getting my fly boxes in order is a monumental task.Photo by Debra Carr Brox Eve [...]
Pro Tips: 5 Keys to Early-Season Smallmouth Success

Pro Tips: 5 Keys to Early-Season Smallmouth Success

Written by: Kip Vieth, Wildwood Float Trips The author’s son, Truman, with a fine early-season bronzeback.Photo by Kip Vieth Winter is the [...]
Classic Essay: Finding Your Fly Fishing Equilibrium

Classic Essay: Finding Your Fly Fishing Equilibrium

Written by: Lee Terkel All photos by Lee Terkel So this is the view from my office. Through most of the day, I am a pretty focused employee and t [...]
Pro Tips: What Kind of First-Aid Kit Should You Carry?

Pro Tips: What Kind of First-Aid Kit Should You Carry?

Written by: Mike Tayloe, Finns West When an injury occurs in the field, it pays to have the proper tools and materials.Photo via Finns West [...]
Pro Tips: How to Set the Hook While Nymphing

Pro Tips: How to Set the Hook While Nymphing

Written by: Geoff Stevens I recently had the honor of taking a fellow guide and his wife on a trip for large rainbows. He was a top-notch [...]
5 Tips for Preparing Your Lines and Reels for a New Season

5 Tips for Preparing Your Lines and Reels for a New Season

Written by: Tim Linehan, Linehan Outfitting Co. Spend a few minutes giving your reel and line a tune-up. . .or you might live to regret it.Photo [...]
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