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Fluorocarbon Tippet For Small Dry Flies by John Barr

Fishing for large trout on flat water that are selectively feeding on small mayflies presents one of the most difficult challenges for fly fishers, especially so with highly pressured fish which is often the norm in many of our fisheries. … Continue reading

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The Lure of Stillwater Fly Fishing by Brian Chan

The Western North America states and provinces are home to literally tens of thousands of superb trout lakes. Many of these waters are rich in nutrients which allow them to support an abundant and diverse aquatic invertebrate food base. Quality … Continue reading

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A Guide’s Day Off by Barry Beck

Your clients cancel at the midnight hour, the weather forecast is dismal, the river is rising and turning to mud and you find yourself with a day off, so what do you do? Well if you’re Paul Jacobs and Adam … Continue reading

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In search of a Sustut “20” by Pete Humphreys

A 20lb steelhead is a special fish and the benchmark for a giant. A 30lb fish is the stuff of legends but three tributaries of the Skeena system in British Columbia can boost the opportunity to tie into one of … Continue reading

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RIO Products Releases Its Award-winning Permit Line

Idaho Falls, Idaho (December 2, 2014) – RIO Products, industry-leading manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, adds the Permit Line to its tropical saltwater series of lines for perfect presentations to these notoriously finicky fish. The Permit Line … Continue reading

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2014 Skeena Update- By Lani Waller

Northern British Columbia’s famous Skeena steelhead season served up a mixed bag this year- sometime superb, and sometimes disappointing. It’s always been this way and it always will be. This is mostly due to the fact that the fall run … Continue reading

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