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Jason Stemple photo We're heading into the best time of year to chase "low-country" redfish on the flats, from the Carolinas south to Florida, and all along the Gulf Coast. Big bull reds are beginning their annual migration into the flats, and it won't be long before they're tailing and mucking up [ READ MORE... ]
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Editor's note: The following is experpted from TU's book, "Trout Tips," available for overnight shipping.  It's hard not to like tandem rigs—two flies working together for the single purpose of making you happy. But there should always be rationale for the pairing. Sometimes that's merely to help [ READ MORE... ]
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Volunteers planting willows on the Fraser earlier this year.  The fish are returning to Fraser Flats. It took years of vision and persistence, but Trout Unlimited’s long-game strategy of collaboration on the Upper Colorado River is paying big dividends for anglers and local communities that depend [ READ MORE... ]
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William Conrad as Marshall Matt Dillon By Chris Hunt Years ago, when I worked as a journalist on the North Coast of California, I got into the habit of falling to sleep to the sounds of old-time radio.Stan Freberg—a Radio Hall-of-Famer—hosted a nightly show on one of the AM stations we could pick [ READ MORE... ]
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I love a good fishing road trip. With the right company and a handful of rivers between you and the destination, there might not be a better way to spend a week. Last spring, my fishing buddies Steve Zakur and Mike Sepelak flew into Idaho Falls and we packed the trusty FJ full of gear and headed [ READ MORE... ]
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'Tis the season for emerging insects on America's great trout rivers. Here in Idaho, it's full-on Blue-winged Olive season (in an infuriating size 20!). While traditional dun patterns can work well, I've found that trout are often keyed in on emerging BWOs well into the full hatch. And a BWO tied " [ READ MORE... ]
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By Dave Atcheson I have to smile to myself as I watch a line of buddies negotiating the trail in front of me. There’s nothing beautiful about it, just a tangle of legs and arms sticking out from brightly colored rings, bobbing from side to side between the trees in an absurd and uncoordinated [ READ MORE... ]
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The author standing on the railroad bridge where the first brown trout were introduced to America. By Kirk Deeter Most anglers have home waters—places they consider sacred. For me, the tracks always lead back to Baldwin, Mich., and the Pere Marquette River system. It was here where I learned to fly [ READ MORE... ]
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Doug Ouelette, Sagebrush Trout Unlimited Chapter board member, with a 21-pound Lahontan cutthroat trout caught at Pyramid Lake in Nevada. Courtesy photo. By Brett Prettyman If you dream of landing big trout chances are you have heard of the mighty Lahontan cutthroat of Pyramid Lake in Nevada. [ READ MORE... ]
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I'm a recent convert to the use of ultra-violet cure resins in my fly tying. The first time I truly experimented with this technique was several years ago when I spent a week of evenings tying sardina patterns for roosters and jacks on the Baja. I figured, correctly so, that dragging flies through [ READ MORE... ]
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