Video: We are Fishermen, episode 1 – Bornholm Session

Danish filmmaker Frederik Laks Lorentzen is back with another great series of videos that attempt to explain the very essence of why we fish. The first episode is focused on a group of sea-trout . . .
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Classic Video: How to Tie the Klinkhåmer Special

Dutch fly tier Hans van Klinken first tied the pattern that bears his name in 1984, and the first place he fished it was Norway's Glomma River. He calls it the Klinkhåmer Special, but it's also often. . .
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Pro Tips: 5 Ways to Get More Hook-Ups When You’re Using Tiny Flies

Small flies have small hooks, which can make it harder to connect with fish. Image courtesy Tightline Productions
In winter, most anglers fish some of the smallest patterns of the year: midges, tiny olives, and downsized nymphs. A small fly must be tied on a small hook, which often means you. . .
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Video Pro Tip: The “Hammer” Method of Fly Casting

One of the toughest things to explain to a new fly caster is how important the hard stop at the end of each stroke is. In this new video from Trout Unlimited, my friend Kirk Deeter offers a tip. . .
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Fish Facts: Bonneville Cutthroat Trout (Oncorhyncus clarkii utah)

A relict of the prehistoric lake that covered the Great Basin of Utah, Nevada, and Idaho—and once thought to be extinct—the Bonneville cutthroat is making a big comeback. Photo by Phil Monahan
The state fish of Utah, the Bonneville cutthroat trout (Oncorhyncus clarkii utah) is a survivor, having endured a geological cataclysm—which splintered the population—as well as a . . .
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Video: How to Think Through Fly Choice and Presentation

Dave and Amelia Jensen, of Jensen Fly Fishing in Alberta, are back with another real-life-scenario how-to video in their series "The Bank." In this video, Dave has spotted a big brown trout . . .
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Pro Tips: Top 10 Flies for Winter in the Driftless Area

Written by: Dave Barron, Jacquish Hollow Angler

Winter is a great time to fish the rivers and spring creeks of the Driftless Area of southwestern Wisconsin.
Photo by Phil Monahan
Winter is one of my favorite times of the year in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin. You can have the spring creeks all to yourself, the water is clear, and the fish are hungry. There are a few things . . .
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Video: How to Start Your Thread on the Hook

Regular Orvis News readers have come to expect a brilliant step-by-step fly-tying video from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions every Wednesday. One of the great things about all of Tim's . . .
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