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4 Ways to Unsnag Your Fly

Your natural instincts will take over and tell you to try and force the snag free, but this often results in losing your entire rig and even broken rods. As anglers, we become expert problem solvers, so take breath, relax and make a plan. Next time you get snagged,...

5 Spring Fly Fishing Tactics and Flies

For most of us, spring means warm weather and abundant hatches. From Pennsylvania to California, you'll start to see stoneflies, dark-toned mayflies, and caddis coming off. Spring offers so much action and plenty of thrills between seeing that first rise to watching that trout engulf your perfect presentation. But...

Save Bristol Bay

Call for Action: A turning point in our relationship with the resources we depend on By now, many of us - outdoorsmen or not - have heard of the situation in Bristol Bay, Alaska. While the issue of Pebble Limited Partnership’s proposed copper and gold mine has taken center stage...

September’s Fly Guide

Mercury Baetis Size 18 Tiny blue-winged olives are out and about. More than often, trout love picking off the nymphs struggling up to the surface. Small, slender nymphs are among the favorite for late summer and early fall. Slender nymphs are ex cellent for getting down, but what makes this pattern great...

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Why Rubber Nets Are The Best

Why is rubber the best kind of landing net? Plain and simple, landing nets are fantastic. For conservative-minded anglers, you can catch-and-release a fish much quicker and cause less harm. From another perspective, it means that dinner doesn’t get away. No offense “other perspective,” but we are going to tailor this article...

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