Tag Archives: Catch and Release

10 Tips for the Beginner Fisherman, By John Barr | RIO

1. Do not worry about making long casts. Long casts are advantageous in certain situations but if you can make quality, accurate casts of 30 feet or less you will catch a lot of fish. The shorter the cast the … Continue reading

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Eat to Landed – By Scott O’Donnell

Eat, bite, chew, nibble, pluck, pull, yank, take, tug, grab, ripped, slammed, hammered – whatever you want to call it, when you’re swinging a fly for steelhead you’re lucky to get a couple of them in a full day of … Continue reading

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Handling Fish for a Photograph – By Barry Beck

Handling a fish after a fight is very important to the health and survival of the fish. When you want to snap a few ‘grip and grin” shots, how you approach this become critical. This week, Barry Beck shares his … Continue reading

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