Video Pro Tips: 4 Flies That Will Work Anywhere

Many fly fishers carry around way more flies than they’ll ever need for a single trip, and there’s always interest in ways to lighten the load. If you had a few flies that you could always count on, you wouldn’t have to pack so many boxes, right?

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My Favorite Easy Leech Pattern

Leeches are an important food source for all things “fishy,” and most fly fishers have a go-to leech imitation that they know will produce. My favorite leech pattern has always been a very basic Mohair Leech because it’s simple to tie and fishes well. . . .

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Video: How to Make a Proper Loop-to-Loop Connection

One of the most important modern-day connections in fly fishing, the loop-to-loop connection is used for a variety of applications. However, the most common use is the junction between the welded loop on your fly line and the loop in the . . .

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Video: How to Fly-Fish During Runoff

The latest how-to video from Ben Sittig, a.k.a Huge Fly Fisherman, is all about fishing during runoff, when rivers get high and muddy. Depending on where you live, runoff occurs from March through June, and it can produce some tough fishing . . .

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Video: How to Find Trout Near In-Stream Wood

Today’s Master Class Monday video by Dave and Amelia Jensen is the third installment in an 11-part series on how to read trout water. Here, Dave explains how fallen timber and other “in-stream woody debris” affect current flow and depth and then . . .

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