Big brown trout like big flies, especially in the fall.
Photo by Shawn Combs
When the nights start to cool and leaves start to change colors, the thoughts of brown trout turn to procreation. To build up energy for the spawning ritual and to put on weight before the lean . . .
Angler Steven Meyer basks in incredible foliage on the Nantahala River in North Carolina.
Photo by Jimmy Harris, Unicoi Outfitters
Last year, we introduced a new weekly “Ask the Experts” Column and asked you to pose some questions for our panel of experts. Our latest question for them to chew on is: “What are . . .
Yesterday, Tom Rosenbauer hosted a Facebook Live session on his favorite patterns for catching trout in the fall. Since not everyone has Facebook–and so you don’t have to rewatch that lo-res compressed Facebook video–here’s an . . .
Capt. Joe Demalderis (left) has trouble deciding on just ten patterns for fall on his home waters.
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On the Upper Delaware system, fall is a bittersweet time of year for me. Bitter in so far as the season is coming to an all too quick close; sweet because the river lights up again like a final hurrah and . . .
Written by: Trey Mullen, Brush Creek Ranch
Fall in Southern Wyoming is always a special time of the year. The dog days of summer are finally behind us, air and water temperatures have dramatically decreased since August, and fishing on . . .
Big browns feed voraciously in preparation for the lean months ahead and will hammer a well-presented streamer.
Photo by Scott Feltrinelli
One of the problems with a blog is that we publish so frequently that some great content ends up buried. I hope all of you are using both the search box in the upper right and the tags on each post to. . .