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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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Pheasant Tail Nymphs – By Barry Beck

It seems like so long ago now when I think back to a long awaited package that arrived by air mail. It was a small box neatly wrapped in plain brown paper and weighing almost nothing and I quickly opened … Continue reading

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Finding Trout in Protective Stillwaters – By Phil Rowley

In my previous blog entry I discussed comfort factors you can use to help determine where trout might be holding in your favorite lake or perhaps one you are visiting for the first time. In addition to comfort, other factors … Continue reading

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Sight Fishing – By Cathy Beck

Casting to a fish that you can see, rather than blind casting, will almost always improve the odds of catching a fish. For myself, more than anything else I like the hunt regardless of where I am – whether on … Continue reading

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Montana Fall Fishing – By Diana Rudolph

Autumn in big sky country is a welcome break from the heat of summer and a last gasp before winter mutes the landscape. The hills shine a golden straw color and grey clouds cling tightly to the valleys, relenting to … Continue reading

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Locating Stillwater Trout::Comfort Factors – By Phil Rowley

Fly fishers comfortable finding trout on moving water are often at a loss when it comes to stillwaters. At first glance lakes are flat and featureless. Figuring out where trout might be hiding seems daunting if not impossible. Believe it … Continue reading

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