Monthly Archives: March 2013

Nymph Fishing, By John S. Barr

There are many effective ways to present nymphs to trout and they all work. The two approaches I use are the standard indicator method and the hopper-copper-dropper techniques.

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Common Mistakes in Fly Fishing, By Nick Curcione

With over 40 years of presenting flies in just about every locale imaginable I could easily fill a book of chronic mistakes made by fellow fly fishers and myself. In the interest of helping us all improve our game I … Continue reading

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New Zealand Fly Fishing Essentials, By Lani Waller

The Essential Perspective and Choice of Tackle New Zealand trout fishing can be easy, or difficult, depending on your abilities, weather, the mood of the trout, whether or not they are feeding, and whether they are browns or rainbows.

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Tackle testing on the Henry’s Fork during early March

  Tackle testing on the Henry’s Fork The RIO team braved the early March elements to look for winter trout and test out a top secret new fly line. While the line performed well, the trout were less than cooperative!

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The Meaning of Guide, By Capt. Sarah Gardner

For most people, the definition of “being a fishing guide” is simply someone who takes people fishing – and gets paid to do so. Guides, on the other hand, know that there is much more to this job description, and … Continue reading

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