Video: The Creek

Video: The Creek
AuthorPhil MonahanPosted onMarch 18, 2020CategoriesFly Fishing
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Last year, our old pal Rolf Nylinder released this gorgeous film, which is a beautiful story about exploring his home waters in search of trout. A stay-at-home dad, Rolf no longer has the luxury of traveling to the far corners of the . . .

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Video: How to Read Water to Find Fish

The ability to read water is among the more vital fly-fishing skills because it helps you to figure out where you should focus your attention. There’s no use casting to places where there are probably . . .

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Video: How to Tie the Hatching Pupa

When I was first learning to fly-fish, in the early 1990s, my older brother, Brian, often took me to Stonehouse Pond, in Barrington, New Hampshire. We’d canoe around the 14-acre pond, casting nymphs and Hornbergs for stocked . . .

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Classic Podcast: Fly-Tying Tips and Hints

This week is all about fly tying. I took a whole bunch of questions that came in over the past week (thank you very much for your great questions), and we spend about an hour going over some tricky and not-so-tricky questions. The hardest one for me was. . .

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Video: How to Catch Bass on a Fly

In Episode 2, host Tom Rosenbauer shows you how to find and catch bass, which are the number one sport fish in America, for good reason. They are great fighters and are in virtually every state. This video will teach you the . . .

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Video: “Flow North” from Tight Loops

Here’s the latest epic adventure film from our friends Chase and Aimee of Tight Loops. Deep in the heart of Quebec’s Ungava region lies a family-run sporting camp that provides some incredible wilderness . . .

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Master Class Monday: Keep Feeding the Fish

You can waste a lot of time fishing over trout that have been spooked (and are thus not feeding), but sometimes they surprise us, and persistence can pay off. Watch as Amelia Jensen works a large brown trout, loses it in a . . .

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Lessons from an Aging Fly-Fishing Guide

Like many fly-fishing guides, I’ve been hit pretty hard by middle age. The past 20-something years have been a blur, and I’m starting to feel it…. in more ways than one. I’ve noticed that late nights hanging out at the bar result in my feeling really . . .

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