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Prospecting Small Streams

Prospecting Small Streams In this article, Chris Hunt writes about the allure of small streams: “For me, this little ribbon of flowing, tannic water simply beckons. I want to know how it works.” He writes, “This is likely the logic behind “prospecting,” and one of the reasons that 1-weight fly rods exist in the first […]

Brook Trout and Beaver Ponds

Brook Trout and Beaver Ponds Read a book excerpt from Bob Mallard’s new book, Squaretail: The Definitive Guide to Brook Trout and Where to Find Them, in this post on the Orvis blog. “With the exception of small freestone streams, no type of aquatic habitat is more identified with brook trout than beaver ponds,” Mallard writes. “The […]

Stop and Drop Technique

Stop and Drop Technique The “stop and drop” technique is key to a good dead drift with a dry fly. In this article, Domenick Swentosky details the different steps you’ll need to master the “stop and drop” and improve success on the water. Read more via Troutbitten. The post Stop and Drop Technique appeared first […]

Planning Your Trip for Tuna Fishing in San Diego

Planning Your Trip for Tuna Fishing in San Diego Tuna fishing in San Diego is a big trip for big fish. Be prepared. ———— The content for this post was sourced from https://www.takemefishing.org/blog/april-2018/tuna-fishing-in-san-diego/?feed=posts View the Original Article

Best Beginner Fly Rods: What to Look For

Best Beginner Fly Rods: What to Look For Choosing a fly rod for a beginner doesn’t have to be intimidating. ———— The content for this post was sourced from https://www.takemefishing.org/blog/april-2018/best-beginner-fly-rods/?feed=posts View the Original Article

Improved Clinch Knot: Fishing Knot Tying Steps

Improved Clinch Knot: Fishing Knot Tying Steps The improved clinch fishing knot is an easy and reliable terminal knot to tie when attaching a hook, swivel, or fly to your leader line or tippet. ———— The content for this post was sourced from https://www.takemefishing.org/blog/april-2018/improved-clinch-knot-fishing-knot-tying-steps/?feed=posts View the Original Article

Trout Streams of Minnesota

Trout Streams of Minnesota Minnesota has many unique opportunities for trout fishing throughout the year and across the state. Many Minnesota streams are the best in the Midwest for trout fishing. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has many resources to select your next fishing spot. ———— The content for this post was sourced from https://www.takemefishing.org/blog/april-2018/trout-streams-of-minnesota/?feed=posts […]

Targeting Underrated Species

Targeting Underrated Species Fly fishing isn’t just for trout, and an increasing amount of anglers are embracing that idea. Learn more about five underrated species to target on the fly in this article via The Wade. The post Targeting Underrated Species appeared first on MidCurrent. ———— The content for this post was sourced from https://midcurrent.com/2019/08/12/targeting-underrated-species/ […]

Podcast Episode: Ray Montoya on Wet Fly Swing

Podcast Episode: Ray Montoya on Wet Fly Swing In this episode of the Wet Fly Swing Podcast, Ray Montoya shares his secrets for DIY fly fishing exploration. “Ray Montoya tells us how he has spent the last 20 years in the Middle East fishing for Permit, Emperor Fish and other species in a remote part […]

3 Types of Fish for Fly Fishing in Illinois

3 Types of Fish for Fly Fishing in Illinois There are many opportunities for Illinois fly fishing. Here are 3 types of fish that can be caught on the fly in Illinois.   ———— The content for this post was sourced from https://www.takemefishing.org/blog/july-2019/3-types-of-fish-for-fly-fishing-in-illinois/?feed=posts View the Original Article