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Do You Dangle? – by Phil Rowley

When targeting trout using chironomid patterns most stillwater fly fishers focus their effort in shallow water less than 15’ deep.  For many, a floating line, leader and a strike indicator is all that is required to be successful fly fishing … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Success with Stillwater Chironomids by Brian Chan

I’ll be the first to admit I am a certified stillwater chironomid aficionado. I love the challenge of locating the hatch, determining what size and colour pupa the trout are selecting and dialing in the exact depth zone that the … Continue reading

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Reading Stillwater – By Brian Chan

Lake fishing and be challenging because of the various habitat types or the transition zones from one habitat to another. RIO Pro Brian Chan discusses tips and techniques for effectively reading tricky stillwater.

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