Monthly Archives: June 2012

Fishing Both Coasts, By Nick Curcione

I am not overstating the case when I say have a passion for fly-fishing. It has literally has dominated my life to the extent that I’ve made major career decisions based in large part on the opportunities I would have … Continue reading

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10 Common Mistakes for Spring Creeks, By Mike Lawson

The vast flats of the Harriman Park of the Henry’s Fork, the deeps runs of the Fall River in Northern California, the quiet shallows of Crane Creek in Missouri and similar spring creeks offer the ultimate challenge in trout fishing. … Continue reading

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An Ancient Inland Sea, By Ernie Gulley

Pyramid Lake is located 35 miles North of Reno, Nevada on the Piute Indian reservation. This ancient lake, along with the Piute Indians, has been around since the beginning of time. This beautiful sea has only one inflow, the Truckee … Continue reading

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Sight Fishing for Tarpon in Low Light – By Diana Rudolph

As the sun fought its way up through the low cloudbank clinging to the horizon, the wind diminished. The morning oozed tarpon. Hot, muggy and still. To the west a flash of lightning lit up the sky momentarily and a … Continue reading

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Tips on Fly Fishing Tips, Part 1 – By Mike McCune

My steelhead beginnings were reasonably simple. I started out with a 9 foot 9 weight fiberglass rod, a click and pawl reel, and a Hi-D shooting head bolted on to monofilament shooting line with a clinch knot. Depth was achieved … Continue reading

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