Pro Tips: Getting Pumped Up for Fall Fly Fishing


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. . .

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Tuesday Tip #2: Streamers in the Dam Wash


Carrie Stevens’s famed Gray Ghost, designed to fish below Upper Dam on Maine’s
Mooselookmeguntic Lake, is a great imitation of a stunned baitfish.

Photo via orvis.com

Fly fishers spend a lot of time trying to achieve the perfect presentation—the right dead drift or swing or retrieve. But there are times when an ugly presentation is actually more “natural” and. . .

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Pro Tip: Go Big and Small in Fall for Brown Trout


Big browns feed voraciously in preparation for the lean months ahead and will hammer a well-presented streamer.
Photo by Scott Feltrinelli

When leaves start to change color and nights turn chilly,those anglers still on the water are enjoying some of the best brown-trout fishing of the year. Having spent the summer sulking in deep pools and under logs and brush, the biggest browns start to move into shallower, more. . .

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