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Colorado tailwater trout

Fly Fishing for Colorado Tailwater Trout

by Roger Wheaton 0

It’s a great time to enjoy Colorado tailwater trout angling at these top Centennial State locations. Fly-fishing is a growing sport, and… more »

dropper fly

Trout Fishing and the Dropper Fly

by Jimmy Jacobs 0

Here’s what you need to know about fishing dropper fly rigs An old adage reminds us that two heads are better… more »

portland trout fishing

Wild or Stocked, Trout Choices Abound on GA’s Chattooga River

by Jimmy Jacobs 0

Situated on the eastern border of the state, Georgia’s Chattooga River is a wild and scenic river that provides excellent opportunities… more »

trout fishing in New York

4 Picks for June Trout in Pennsylvania

by Jeff Knapp 0

It’s not too late to get into some prime fishing. Here are our picks for June trout fishing in Pennsylvania For… more »

fly fishing

Pamela’s Story: A Memorable Fly Fishing Encounter

by admin 0

Editor’s Note: Our popular Camera Corner features reader photos and stories from successful trips in the field or on the water — from turkey… more »

smallmouth bass

Smallmouth Bass on Flies: Learn to Match the Hatch

by David Paul Williams 0

During a question-and-answer session at a Bassmaster club meeting, a newly minted bass angler asked, “What’s the best bait to… more »


The Minimalist Approach to Fly Fishing

by Chuck Robbins 1

The novice can feel barred from fly-fishing by all the gear, while the veteran angler can feel weighed down by it. Each may benefit from a minimalist approach.

Photo by Ron Sinfelt

Northwest Steelhead Fishing

by Terry Otto 1

Last year, high flows frustrated anglers pursuing the coldwater steelhead that came through the Pac-NW. What does this year hold in store?


Flyfishing the Montana Salmon Fly Hatch

by Chuck Robbins 0

For most of us the salmon fly hatch is the main event on the annual Montana fly-fishing calendar — period,… more »

igh spring waters don't have to be all about deep-water nymph fishing. Spring hatches are common, and hungry trout — like this handsome cutthroat caught by the author — can often be coaxed up with big attractor patterns. Photo by Patrick Meitin.

High Water Trout Fishing

by Patrick Meitin 0

During spring and early summer months when rivers run high, trout fishing can appear futile. In reality, it isn’t. Here’s how to adjust your techniques and enjoy uninterrupted action.

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