Video: How to Tie a Cream Cahill Sparkle Dun


This Sparkle Dun pattern is highly visible in low light and imitates both duns and spinners.

Late-season light Cahills (McCaffertium modestum)—traditionally called Cream Cahills—often hatch sporadically the last hour or two of light. The trout will rise to these duns, but they sometimes prefer the spinners, which return right at. . .

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Video: Slovenia Sessions with FrontsideFly

It’s no secret that we are big fans of the guys from FrontsideFly , who combine a love of fly fishing, a killer sense of humor, and serious video-making chops. Stefan Ågren just released this fun, behind-the-scenes footage from the filming of their. . .

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Video: Busy Paws Are Better

Here’s a short, fun video with a very positive message for dog owners. The star is Rockley, a two-year-old German Shorthaired pointer. He’s handsome, eh?

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Video: Outta Town Brown Trout

Here’s some great stuff from the waters of Oregon, where the Kids with Sticks get into some serious brown trout. But they don’t just focus on success, and you’ll see some reactions and facial expressions that might seem eerily familiar if you’ve ever lost a big one.

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5 Tips on How to Speak Dog


Would you know how best to communicate with Champ?
Photo by Monica, Littleton

An article posted yesterday on parade.com offers five tips for communicating with dogs in a nonverbal way. According to author Michelle C. Hollow, . . .

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Photos: Why Guides Love the Off Season

Written by Josh Berry


The author caught this fine brown trout on a “guide’s holiday” on the Gallatin River.
All photos courtesy Lone Mountain Ranch

As summer comes to a close here in southwestern Montana, I am finding myself with substantially more free time than I have had over the past couple months. Luckily, some of big browns in the Gallatin are. . .

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