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Fly fishing filmmaking has come a long way in a relatively short time—the advent of DSLR cameras, drones and even the GoPro and the immitators have made the craft accessible to a lot of anglers. But not everybody does it well. In fact, I'd suggest a small handful of filmmakers really knock it out [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s been a rough spring for a lot of fly anglers in the interior West. It was winter until not very long ago, and now that epic snowpack is melting. The meadows at our home place are under anywhere from a few inches to several feet of water. All the places we like to fish are blown out, and they’ [ READ MORE... ]
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A Bear River cutthroat landed at Bear Lake in Utah. Courtesy Paul Thompson/Utah DWR. By Brett Prettyman As a kid my boundaries were marked by street names. Pinehill Drive. Arrowhead Lane. Vine Street. State Street. The borders eventually expanded to counties, forests, states and countries. While [ READ MORE... ]
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Years ago, I navigated our old Toyota Landcruiser high into the mountains off the shoulders of Monarch Pass in southern Colorado. The gravel road was a nightmare, even for my seemingly indestructable beast of a vehicle, and I was forced to come a stop when I reached a snowbank even the Landcruiser [ READ MORE... ]
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By Zach Dingus Stealth, strength and oh so slick. The Orvis H2 Covert is widely considered to be one of the best high-performance fly rods ever… and there is a pretty interesting backstory as to how these special-edition rods came to be. A local guide, who participates in fishing tournaments, [ READ MORE... ]
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The Steelhead Whisperer stalks a lonely Central California beach. By Sam Davidson   For a time, I rest in the grace of the world, and am free. — The Peace of Wild Things, Wendell Berry © 1968, Harcourt Brace & World  Lately the mosquito of worry has been whining around me, lancing me in exposed [ READ MORE... ]
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Anglers casting for trout on New Jersey's Musconetcong River made a welcome discovery this month—American shad have returned to the river following the removal last year of the Hughesville Dam in Warren County. A number of lower-river dams have come out in recent years, opening up six miles of [ READ MORE... ]
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Hank Patterson is back with the sequel to his "Hank Patterson and the Bait Fishers" video that he published last fall. This version is just as funny, and, frankly, it will test the mettle of any fly fisher who values the craft because it's more "repsonisble" or more socially acceptible.  [ READ MORE... ]
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When I first started tying flies many years ago, one of the biggest challenges for me was tying hackle into the head of the fly without getting too close to the end of the hook and covering up the hook eye as I finished the fly. Even now, a couple of decades later, this is still one of the mistakes [ READ MORE... ]
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The Seychelles might be the farthest-flung fishing destination for North American anglers. It's Indian Ocean waters, well off the African east coast teem with fishy denizens, ranging from giant trevally to bonefish and other sight-casting prizes. YETI Presents: Cosmo [ READ MORE... ]
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