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3 Tips for Fishing Off Color Trout Streams

Few things deter anglers more than water that is stained from recent rainfall or snowmelt.  In fact, some anglers would probably much prefer water that is raging high than off-color. It’s a matter of comfort for most of us, and when we can’t see the bottom to know the...

6 Flies for Great Lakes Steelhead

Is there anything better than watching a steelhead cartwheel through the air as it violently shakes its head, attempting to toss our flies?  It’s scenes like these that ruin other fish for anglers and leave them with an insatiable appetite for the chrome beasts that emerge each fall from the...

How to Rig a Double Nymph Setup

Two nymphs are a great way to cover more water and show trout multiple patterns, but it can be a major pain unless you know how to rig it correctly!  On most guide trips clients will immediately make a comment about a multi-nymph setup and how it’s something they wouldn’t...

What Size Tippet Should I Buy?

There’s nothing worse than fishing gin-clear water and watching fish shy away from your drift as it approaches their feeding line.  While sometimes it’s the fly itself that’s causing the damage, more often than not it’s the tippet that’s spooking fish.  Trout, especially on pressured waterways, get accustomed to seeing...

How Do You Fish With Two Flies?

Many anglers take to YouTube or go on a guided trip to learn new techniques, and much of that is centered around fishing two flies.  It might be simplistic to say, “two flies are better than one,” but the fact is many times it’s true!  Having multiple patterns out there...

What are Tippet Rings Used For?

Every now and then there are new accessories or techniques that come into fly fishing and truly change the sport.  Simple as it may be, the tippet ring surely falls into this category.  It’s become a mainstay for guides and DIY anglers alike, and the benefits of using them far...

When Should I Change My Fly Leader?

One of the most common questions among fly anglers is, “When should I change my fly leader?” It’s a good thing to ponder, as it shows an observant nature and makes it apparent that you’re keeping an eye on your rig.  There are certainly times when folks change their leader...

Where to Put Split Shot on a Nymph Rig?

You can do everything almost perfect on a nymph rig, but one minor error in the setup can really decrease efficiency and productivity. While fly placement, or rather incorrect placement, can negatively impact our goals, it’s often the split shot that creates the most issues.  Adding this extra weight comes...

Fly Fishing Midge Dry Flies in the Winter

When anglers think of winter fly fishing, it’s not often that dry flies come to mind.  Rare is the January or February day when we ditch weights and indicators in favor of fly float and parachute dries.  They do happen, however, and the ambitious fly fisher can catch trout on...

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