Six Flies for Winter Time Trout Fishing
Bill Cooper

Six Flies for Winter Time Trout Fishing

Winter is by far my favorite time to fish for trout. The crowds of summer are gone from our Ozark Streams, biting insects are non-existent, the air is cool and fresh and the water cold […]

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Fly Fishing Trip with No Fish

The Journey Continues Lessons from on the water and in the office MIKE GARRISON I hope you are doing well and, if not fishing, dreaming of your next time on the water. For those of […]

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Fly Fishing for Bass

Intro to Fly Fishing for Bass When you first think of fly fishing, you typically think of cool, western streams, full of Rainbow, Cutthroat, and Brown trout. While that may be the image portrayed in […]

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Tying Flies

Tying Flies: The Earl Madsen Dry Shunk Today we’re celebrating fly tying with the dry skunk. This is one of the greatest historical flies of the Great Lakes. This one’s no exception. It’s Earl Madsen’s […]

bluegill fly fishing

Bluegill Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing For Bluegill Visions of bluegill fly fishing danced in my head as the cold front proved to put the bluegills down with just a rare take in deep water with a cricket. Just […]

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Grayling Fly Fishing In Alaska

How to Fish for Grayling With A Fly Rod Alaska is home to many species and there has been much written about them and the ways to catch them. One species has escaped stardom. The […]

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Lakers On The Fly

Lakers On The Fly The name Lake Trout lends a slight misnomer to the actual species of this incredible fish. It’s not a trout at all, but a char.  The lake trout resides in some […]