Video: How to Fly-Fish for Bass, Part I

Recently, our friend Alvin Dedeaux of Orvis-endorsed All Water Guides in Austin, Texas, posted a three-part series of videos on how to get started fly-fishing for bass. He kicks things off by saying that many folks ask him why they . . .

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Pro Tips: 3 Keys to Spring Fishing in Montana

Although most anglers visit Montana in the summer, spring trout action here in Big Sky Country can be terrific. During late March and April–and before snow melt really starts–Montana rivers can offer some . . .

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Top 5 Flies for Montana Spring

Montana offers some of the best spring fishing in the lower forty-eight. During the months of March and April and before runoff and snowmelt blows out valley rivers, water conditions are often quite consistent . . .

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Pro Tips: The Only Two Terminal Knots You Really Need

What’s the best knot for attaching a hook to nylon or fluorocarbon? The answer has to begin with, “It depends on . . . .” Line-to-hook knots have so many variables that the notion of a single, universally best connection makes no sense, . . .

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Video: How to Organize Your Fly-Fishing Gear

I have to admit that I need a better strategy for organizing my fly-fishing gear. In this video, Colin McKeown of The New Fly Fisher walks us through his system for storing his gear in such a way that he can quickly . . .

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Video: How to Make Snap-T and Double Spey Casts

Here’s another great video from the redesigned Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center. Casting instructor Pete Kutzer teaches you two inportant casts you can make with a two-handed or single-handed fly rod. In fact, . . .

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Video Pro Tips: How to Euro-Nymph a Run

When you’re faced with a run that seems fairly featureless–with no boulders, obvious seams, or troughs–it can be tough to decide where to fish. In this great video from The New Fly Fisher, Orvis product developer Jesse . . .

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