Tag Archives: Fly Fishing

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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Common Mistakes in Fly Fishing, By Nick Curcione

With over 40 years of presenting flies in just about every locale imaginable I could easily fill a book of chronic mistakes made by fellow fly fishers and myself. In the interest of helping us all improve our game I … Continue reading

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Tips for a Saltwater Flat, by Barry Beck

A light breeze blows in over the pancake flat in front of my temporary office. I sit here under a weathered umbrella, my HP laptop open with two local dogs under my rickety table. The black lab named “Tarpon” is … Continue reading

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Beyond a WF-F, by Diana Rudolph

Too windy, too calm; the tide was weak, the tide was strong; too cold, too warm. Shall I continue? These are conditions that all anglers have experienced. Thankfully, those rare but divine occasions exist when everything falls into place; but … Continue reading

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Fishing The Hang, by Phil Rowley

Just about every stillwater fly fisher has experienced a vicious swirl, felt a solid tug or seen the flash of fish as it attempts to pounce on your fly just as you raise the rod to cast at the end … Continue reading

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