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Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Posted by on Dec 26, 2014 in Blog | No Comments

I remember my first experience choosing flies as a budding fly fisherman. I would pick through an assortment at our local shop trying to envision which patterns would produce massive and elusive trout. Most of my selections included well known patterns such as Caddis, Hoppers, Crickets, and Muddler Minnows, all in sizes 16 or larger! […]

The Deerfield Drift

The Deerfield Drift

Posted by on Dec 18, 2014 in Blog | One Comment

A look-back of our drift down the Deerfield with Harrison Anglers back in October. It was an overcast day but not too cold (the cooler full of beers kept us warm). The fish were biting and we reeled in 25+ bows and browns between the 3 boats – kudos to our guides. We even invented […]

8 Tips to Better Nymphing

8 Tips to Better Nymphing

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in Blog | No Comments

Hank Patterson puts on an absolute clinic on nymph fishing. Or as he calls it – the exact opposite of why we all got into fly fishing in the first place. Jokes aside, if you are new to fly fishing, and you want to catch fish, learn how to nymph.

Past Boxes: November Trout Box

Past Boxes: November Trout Box

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014 in Blog, Past Boxes | No Comments

While not always true in the rest of life, as it relates to fly fishing the motto “smaller is better” is often the ticket to landing some big, big trout. As temperatures are dropping in most of the US we focused on a few smaller flies for our monthly trout box that will help put […]