Monthly Archives: October 2011

Reading the Water – By Nick Curcione

In my younger years when I did a lot of tuna and bill fishing in Southern California and Baja the standard directive issued to someone who was about to pull lookout duty on the boat’s tuna tower was “keep your … Continue reading

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Montana Fall Fishing – By Diana Rudolph

Autumn in big sky country is a welcome break from the heat of summer and a last gasp before winter mutes the landscape. The hills shine a golden straw color and grey clouds cling tightly to the valleys, relenting to … Continue reading

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Catching Larger Trout – By Mike Lawson

In trout fishing, or all fishing for that matter, size matters. Most of us want to catch the largest trout possible in the water we are fishing. In a small stream it might be a 12” trout or a 20” … Continue reading

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Locating Stillwater Trout::Comfort Factors – By Phil Rowley

Fly fishers comfortable finding trout on moving water are often at a loss when it comes to stillwaters. At first glance lakes are flat and featureless. Figuring out where trout might be hiding seems daunting if not impossible. Believe it … Continue reading

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