Monthly Archives: November 2012

Fishing a Trico Spinner Fall, by John Barr

Throughout the country on many rivers Trico spinner falls offer some of the most consistent and predictable dry fly fishing we have. Many rivers will start seeing Trico activity almost daily starting in mid-summer and continuing into the fall. Trico … Continue reading

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Changing Gears, By Capt. Brian Horsley

Both Sarah and I enjoyed a hot summer season of great family fishing. For many of our clients it was their first taste of saltwater fly fishing. Our speckled trout were more than willing to help with the introductions, but … Continue reading

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Double-handed Rods in the Salt, By Nick Curcione

It’s no exaggeration to claim that two-handed rods are the hottest new development in fly-fishing at least as far as the US is concerned. Back in 2000 when I first started using these long sticks off the beaches in the … Continue reading

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Dry Fly Steelhead, By Lani Waller

The “down and across” wet fly for steelhead is technically more difficult than a dry fly presentation, but nothing surpasses the excitement of a steelhead rising to and through the surface film to take a floating pattern. There are a … Continue reading

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RIO Products Adds the New Skagit iFlight for Spey

November 1, 2012 (Idaho Falls, Idaho) – RIO Products, manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, is excited to introduce an addition to the Skagit Shooting Head collection – the new Skagit iFlight. Skagit heads are designed for Spey … Continue reading

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