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Tackle testing on the Henry’s Fork during early March

  Tackle testing on the Henry’s Fork The RIO team braved the early March elements to look for winter trout and test out a top secret new fly line. While the line performed well, the trout were less than cooperative!

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Ryabaga Home Pool, By Barry Beck

I heard the Russian dive bombers long before I saw them. Peering out from beneath my covers I looked up and there they were. The two mosquitos had to be on steroids and the little monsters were hovering above my … Continue reading

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Season in Review, By Capt. Quigley

It has been another interesting fly fishing season here on the Jersey Shore, filled with ups and downs, big fish and small. Because of our very mild 2011/2012 winter, the season started for us here in the Garden State two … Continue reading

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The Blue Man, By Silja Longhurst

Scandinavia in the summer is beautiful. Everything is green; the scent of summer flowers, pinewoods, meadows and the crispy air on the ‘Fjell’ lets your heart leap in silence. You feel deeply connected to nature and the meaning of life … Continue reading

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Summer Stillwater, By Brian Chan

Contrary to popular belief there is a lot of great lake fishing to be had after the spring to early summer chironomid or midge fishing subsides. Damselfly and caddis fly emergences, although much shorter in duration, offer some great nymphal, … Continue reading

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The Sugar Pop, By April Vokey

I first started tying the Sugar Pop almost ten years ago while sitting around a table of men in a small hostel on the Thompson River in British Columbia. Amongst a table of black and dark purple feathers, I decided … Continue reading

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