chris_hunt's posts

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Time for "an oldie, but a goodie." Because it's that time of year here in Idaho.
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A screen capture shows the kind of trophy brook trout caught by Mike Borger in a secret lake in Algonquin Provincial Park, a wild landscape bigger than the state of Delaware.
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Blog Post BY chris_hunt ON August 7, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
Click and pawl vs. disc drag
There are two schools of thought when it comes to trout anglers and fly reels: Those who believe that a fly reel for trout fishing is nothing more than a spool to collect line, and those who think a little braking power to be found through disc drag technologies is key to fighting fish
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A few years back, I had the good fortune to fish the Limay River in Argentina's northern Patagonia region. It's a sweeping desert tailwater absolutely loaded with large trout. To this day, the 27-inch brown trout I brought to hand is my largest trout.
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Blog Post BY chris_hunt ON August 4, 2017 - 5 COMMENTS
New gear: The Bollinger B1
If you’re like me and you carry a lot of stuff with you when you hit the road to
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Photo by Rachel Andona  
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Blog Post BY chris_hunt ON August 3, 2017 - 0 COMMENTS
Native Odyssey: Wyoming
Public Land: Bridger-Teton National Forest
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We talk a lot about "sustainable development" in the conservation arena. The notion that human progress need not impair or impede the natural order of our rivers is perhaps one of more attractive ideals within the growth and development fields.
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I've learned a lot about fly tying over the last few years, thanks to Tim Flagler's tying videos, and his "One-minute Fly Tying Tips and Techniques" videos he does through Orvis.