Pro Tips: 3 Ways to Protect Light Tippet

One big challenge of late-season fishing is having to use such small flies and light tippet. Lower flows, clearer water, and an entire season of angling pressure make trout much harder to fool toward the end of the year, so it’s not . . .

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Pro Tips: 3 Benefits of Fishing During Winter

Winter fishing isn’t for everyone: bitter cold, sluggish fish, and short days are enough to keep a good number of anglers off the river until at least March. But that doesn’t mean hitting the water between the months of. . .

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Stream to Salt IX: How to Pace Yourself

We’ve already discussed both the importance of covering water and how to cover water in previous installments, but because trout anglers tend to be accustomed to relatively consistent fishing action, it’s important to explore how. . .

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Video Pro Tips: Fly-Fishing for Carp Down Under

It seems like most modern fishing videos are edited to show only the moments when everything goes right, so it’s refreshing to find one that paints a more complete picture of both victories and defeats. In this video from . . .

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Video Pro Tips: Fall Streamer Fishing

The arrival of fall brings lower, colder water conditions to most rivers. While this seasonal change can sometimes put a damper on hatches, it can also create ideal conditions for streamer fishing. In this educational video, released. . .

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Pro Tips: How to Catch Tripletail this Fall

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 is sight-fishing. . .

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

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, feeding. . .

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