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Everything Fly Fishing & Bugs: Our Favorites

[ad_1] A Time to Care (for the Bugs)A Beginner’s Guide to Aquatic Bug Life & How to Match the HatchBugs UnlimitedThe Story of the Salmonfly Buffet5 Hatches To Fish Before You DieBugs Have Stories To Tell2022 F3T Behind the Lens: Cicada HatchGreen Drake BuffetFishing Tips: Caddis Hatches A Time to Care (for the Bugs) by Maggie Heumann A Time to…

The Event Formerly Known As IFTD

The Event Formerly Known As IFTD

[ad_1] Announcement: The renaming of the AFFTA industry event: The first step towards a new way of bringing the fly industry together. Next year, running from September 26-28th, 2023, AFFTA will host the first-ever AFFTA Confluence at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. This event will be the first of its kind for the industry bringing…

TBT: Extreme Fly Fishing – Moldy Chum

TBT: Extreme Fly Fishing – Moldy Chum

[ad_1] Short clip of Surfcaster’s Journal Magazine Fly Fishing columnist John Papciak in a wetsuit, with a stripping basket and fly rod often in his mouth, trying to mount a rock in the middle of the ocean. This is the first time we have seen him in daylight. Usually, he floats by our rock at night in a wetsuit. [ad_2]…

Patagonia® Forra Wading Boots – Moldy Chum

Patagonia® Forra Wading Boots – Moldy Chum

[ad_1]  The testers I know have great things to say about the new Patty wading footwear. Engineered for trail and river, the Forra Wading Boots are lightweight without sacrificing performance. Built with Vibram® Mars sole technology for traction and grip, these boots feature a high ankle, sturdy toe box, and adjustable, noncorrosive lacing system for support and durability. [ad_2]…

Pro Tips: How to Catch Tripletail this Fall

Pro Tips: How to Catch Tripletail this Fall

[ad_1] Written by: Capt. Rick Grassett, CB’s Saltwater Outfitters These distinct-looking fish are the only known members of the family LobotidaeAll photos by Capt. Rick Grassett As fall descends on southern Florida, various migratory fish species return to our coastal waters, having spent the summer in colder areas farther north. One of my favorite opportunities during this time of year…

Boots on the Ground for a Free-Flowing Lower Snake River

Boots on the Ground for a Free-Flowing Lower Snake River

[ad_1] Trout Week is a great time to get excited about, well, all things trout. While learning about some new water, a new fly fishing technique, or that new fly pattern is great—and might even help you catch some fish—Trout Unlimited works throughout the country to conserve trout fisheries and restore natural habitats, but by now you all probably know…

Fly-Fishing Festivals Feature Women’s Symposium in 2023

Fly-Fishing Festivals Feature Women’s Symposium in 2023

[ad_1] The Virginia Fly Fishing and Wine Festival, and the Texas Fly Fishing and Brew Festival, will feature a women’s symposium at their 2023 gatherings. A full press release on this exciting new development can be found below. Both the Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival (January 14-15, 2023, in Doswell) and the Texas Fly Fishing & Brew Festival (February…

Tightline Nymphing Tips | MidCurrent

Tightline Nymphing Tips | MidCurrent

[ad_1] Photo: George Daniel George Daniel has a tip for those of you fishing a tightline, or Euro, nymph rig – when you question how quickly to guide your nymphs through the water, just drag ’em. As Daniel writes in the story, you can’t feel a strike if you have too much slack in your line. More tension is better…

Pro Tips: How to Catch Fall-Run Great Lakes Steelhead

Pro Tips: How to Catch Fall-Run Great Lakes Steelhead

[ad_1] Written by: Tom and Max Werkman, Werkman Outfitters This big fall steelhead fell for a classic yarn egg.All photos by Tom Werkman Fall offers many different angling opportunities, but here in the Great Lakes region, the first steelhead of the season are entering river systems, angry and ready to eat. They’re mostly following the spawning king salmon and feeding…