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The Nuke Egg by Tim Flagler   By Chris Hunt Egg patterns get a bad rap, for the most part. They're kind of like the venerable San Juan Worm—they just look too much like bait to some fly fishers, and for that reason, they're often scorned, and those of us who use them are often ridiculed. But, in a [ READ MORE... ]
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The most beautiful fish in the world? The author thinks so.    by Chris Hunt   My cold and wet hands trembling, I waded to the pebbly bank of Argentina's Rio Corcovado and ceremoniously dropped my fly rod like a beat poet dropping the mic and walking off stage. I looked to heavens and thought, "Now [ READ MORE... ]
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Burbot are a non-native scourge in Wyoming reservoirs.  If you live anywhere near Fontenelle Reservoir is southwest Wyoming, you can take part in a true ugly fish contest and, if you’re lucky, walk away with $1,000.  The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has tagged 25 burbot (also known as ling cod [ READ MORE... ]
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By Kathleen Lavelle   When it comes to wading boots, I am not your typical consumer.   Although my techniques are not those of the traditional fly fishermen who frequent the watersheds I call home, I have seen more stream miles and laid eyes upon more native brook trout than most people in the [ READ MORE... ]
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Riahn Brewington's Facebook photo of his 112-pound blue catfish from the Cape Fear River in North Carolina. I love those big trophy fish pictures with a fish so big that the angler holding it looks absolutely pained. In the trout and salmon world, we can boast a few fish that might spur such [ READ MORE... ]
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Kirk Deeter casts for northern pike on Reindeer Lake in Saskatchewan.  Editor's note: The following is excerpted from The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing, by Kirk Deeter and Charlie Meyers. It’s axiomatic that the fly line, and thus the fly, follows the rod tip. Taking that one step further, the rod [ READ MORE... ]
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Students from McKinnon Elementary School watch as a recenty tagged fish is released as part of an Adopt-A-Trout program in Wyoming. Hillary Walrath photo. By Hillary Walrath A small creek in southwest Wyoming just got a big upgrade. This past November, a push-up style diversion was improved to a [ READ MORE... ]
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by Chris Hunt   We got our first real snowfall here in eastern Idaho this week, and that means it's almost time for me to start making my regular pilgrimages to the lower Henry's Fork up by Ashton to chase winter trout. This time of year is pretty special on the Henry's Fork. The crowds are gone. [ READ MORE... ]
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Fly fishing the Guadalupe River in the Texas Hill Country.  A few years back, I got my first chance to fish the Guadalupe River below Canyon Lake Dam outside of New Braunfels, Texas. It was January in the Hill Country and daytime temperatures were in the 60s. The fishing was all right for stocked [ READ MORE... ]
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It's true. We have a bit of tunnel vision here at Trout Unlimited. Our mission—to conserve and protect North America's trout and salmon and their watersheds—is pretty binding. But most of us simply love to fish. And a lot of us, believe it or not, love to chase fish other than trout.  According to [ READ MORE... ]
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