Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 06.18.21

This week, we’ve got a baker’s dozen productions that should get you pumped-up for a (hopefully) fishy weekend. From browns in Tasmania to pike on the Emerald Isle, and from Idaho cutthroats to some . . .

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Orvis Guide to Euro-Nymphing, Part 7: Detecting Strikes

In this final installment of our seven-part series on Euro-nymphing, Tom Rosenbauer and George Daniel discuss how you detect strikes with this system. Since you’re fishing with your flies near the bottom, you’ll sometimes catch bottom. But if you’re snagging bottom too often, strike detection becomes more difficult. The sighter serves as both a depth … Continue reading “Orvis Guide to Euro-Nymphing, Part 7: Detecting Strikes”

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Wednesday Wake-Up Call 06.16.21

On Monday, the outdoor industry made their voice heard in a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers demanding a more equitable Lake Okeechobee System Operating Manual (LOSOM). With . . .

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Classic Pro Tips: How to Stay Safe in Bear Country


You’d be surprised how effective bear spray has proven to be over the past couple of decades.
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This time of year, many anglers and wilderness lovers are making trips into the backcountry, oftentimes in places where there are wild bears. In the vast majority of situations, humans . . .

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Video: How to Tie a Light Cahill Klinkhåmer

In today’s video, Tim Flagler of Tightline Production shows you how to tie a version of the Klinkhåmer that imitates an emerging light Cahill mayfly. The part that lies below the surface mimics the . . .

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