Monthly Archives: September 2011

Situational Rods – By Mike McCune

Many years ago while fishing a Northern California estuary for kings, I found myself changing the shooting head sink rate for what seemed to me the four hundred and seventy third time that day.

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Top Tips For Summer Time Stripers – By Captain Gene Quigley

Every summer in the Northeast Striped bass turn their feeding patterns from day to night, hunting sand eels and spearing in the shallow beach fronts and backwaters. At this time of year, fly anglers should shift gears and focus efforts … Continue reading

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British Columbia Steelhead – By April Vokey

It wasn’t until I started fishing (during the struggles and interesting phase of my mid-teens) that I truly understood just how lucky I was to have been born and raised in British Columbia. I knew the obvious; our mountains are … Continue reading

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Reading Stillwater – By Brian Chan

Lake fishing and be challenging because of the various habitat types or the transition zones from one habitat to another. RIO Pro Brian Chan discusses tips and techniques for effectively reading tricky stillwater.

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