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Essential Fly lines for Success on Stillwaters by Brian Chan

Consistently successful stillwater fly fishers have a basic understanding of trout biology. This means knowing the seasonal habitat preferences of the fish and importance of the different habitat (depth zones). Simply put, trout do not spend all their time in … Continue reading

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Paying Homage to the Bighorn - by Barry Beck

Paying Homage to the Bighorn Most of us have a favorite river or a piece of fly water that we know intimately, we know the hatches, its moods, riffles, and runs, pools and flats. Because we hold it in such … Continue reading

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RIO Products Introducts the InTouch Xtreme Indicator Line

Idaho Falls, Idaho (October 1, 2014) – RIO Products makes the connection to fish easier for anglers through its lines, leaders and tippet. Adding another line using ConnectCore technology, RIO introduces an advanced new line for nymphing – the InTouch … Continue reading

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A DIFFERENT DRUM by Jon B. Cave

Redfish (red drum) and spotted seatrout are closely related members of the Drum Family (Sciaenidae). Among flyfishers (and probably other anglers as well), redfish are arguably the most popular of all species that inhabit saltwater flats, and spotted seatrout probably … Continue reading

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New InTouch Level T from RIO Products

Idaho Falls, Idaho (September 2, 2014) – Continuing to expand the offerings built with ConnectCore technology RIO Products, makers of fly lines, leaders and tippet brings spey anglers the InTouch Level “T” Series.

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Missouri River Trico Fishing, by Mark Raisler

Love it. Love it. Love it. Trico fishing has arrived and Missouri River anglers can rejoice. With a summer filled with aquatic insects the Trico separates itself from the rest based on a number of factors. Consistency, timing, hatch duration, … Continue reading

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