Category Archives: Freshwater

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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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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Swingin’ for Kings, by Jason Hartwick

Swingin’ for Kings: The Idiots gear guide for Spey fishing for Chinook Salmon The mighty Chinook salmon or “King” as many refer to them, might be one of the most prized anadromous fish an angler can hook in fresh water. … Continue reading

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A Fishing Story by Barry Beck

My wife, Cathy, and I sit here at Burgers, BBQ and Brew on the way back from the South Island of New Zealand at C Concourse in the Atlanta Airport. We are surrounded by other people, something not uncommon at … Continue reading

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Musky World Championship, by Streamer Junkies

Catching musky on the fly is the hot new thing in the fly fishing world. Our crew, The Streamer Junkies, got into the chase a few years ago with little to no help from fellow anglers or the internet. Now, … Continue reading

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Florida Largemouth and Franken-Bass, by Jon B. Cave

When it comes to flyfishing for largemouth bass, Florida arguably offers the best opportunities in the world. The overwhelming majority of the largemouth population in the State is the Florida subspecies (Micropterus floridanus). One of their predominant characteristics is the … Continue reading

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