One of the Last for 2014

A winter trip to the Farmington River that yielded a nice brown on a dry fly.

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What Did The Skunk Say?

Unlike the fox, the skunk says very little. Instead he lures you to the Housatonic River TMA on the last 60-degree, blue-sky day of the foreseeable future . . . Shows you some beautiful water that  doesn’t have to be shared with anyone . . . Lets you throw everything in the fly box to […]

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How Not To Fish A Trout Park

Day 1 Take kayak and 4wt fly rod to local lake designated as trout park. Fish the entire perimeter of the lake.  Catch plenty of bream but do not hook or spot any trout. Return to boat launch. Begin speaking with local spin fishermen who mention that hundreds of trout have been dumped right by […]

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A Two Fish Day

Had the opportunity to fish the Ken Lockwood Gorge Wildlife Management Area for the first time this morning. The path for the KLG runs parallel to the Raritan River.  I had heard good things about the fishing as well as the scenery.  Neither were disappointing. We arrived around 10 am to find a healthy flow in the […]

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A Tight Loop

We have a new entry to the world of online fly fishing mags.  A Tight Loop promises to offer insight on fly fishing in the midwest. The June issue has articles on catching both smallmouth and pike, fly tying, streamer fishing, and more. Enjoy! Tweet

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Fly Selection for Lake Fishing

Here’s a new video by Deneki Outdoors.  George Cook covers a typical set of flies used to target trout in lakes. Enjoy! Tweet

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The New Fly Fisher May/July 2011

The latest New Fly Fisher is here.  In addition to a story on Lousiana redfish and a video tutorial with Bob Jacklin on the West Yellowstone, there’s  the first in a series on on sight fishing.  Other articles include fishing still waters, streamers for big trout and my favorite, an article on smallmouth.  Next issue […]

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