Video: 4 Tips For Getting Your Rod and Reel Ready to Fish

Alvin Dedeaux of All Water Guides is back with another helpful video, and although it’s aimed mostly at novice anglers, any guide will tell you that they see “experienced” fly fishers make these same mistakes all the time. A lot of newbies struggle to get their . . .

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Video Pro Tips: A Hopper-Dropper Master Class

We’ve all heard the cliché that “10 percent of the anglers catch 90 percent of the fish,” but have you ever asked yourself why? To be a member of that 10 percent, you need to think a little more deeply about every aspect of your fishing. Here’s a great example.

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Video: How to Find and Fish Alpine Lakes for Trout

The latest how-to video from Ben Sittig, a.k.a Huge Fly Fisherman, is all about getting away from the crowds by hiking into the mountains to fish high, alpine lakes. He offers valuable tips for how to find lakes that haven’t already been fished by the . . .

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Video: How to Tie the Parachute Purple Haze

The Purple Haze was invented more than two decades ago by Andy Carlson, who guides on the Bitterroot River, and it has become very popular as both a searching pattern and as an imitation for several mayfly hatches. Over the year’s, Tim Flagler of . . .

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Video: The Magic of Pheasant-Tail Fibers

In this video, Tim shows why pheasant-tail fibers are used on some of the sport’s most popular nymph patterns. You can create great imitations of mayfly-nymph tails, abdomens, legs, and even gills using this one material. Dyed . . .

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