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Last Loon of Summer ....
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This chair's for you ......
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Workin' the Shadows for Rainbows
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Kamloops Rainbow 11 pounder caught on a maroon/black size 10 leech and 4 lb. tippet while trolling in a bellyboat.
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GFF partner Martin Joergensen has owned quite a few wading jackets, and none of them have fit his bill for the perfect jacket for his type of fishing. In this article he sings the Wading Jacket Blues and tries to describe the perfect jacket.
March 3rd 2005
Fish.Drive.Survive. That very well sums up what it's all about. The Geofish team of four goes on a mildly crazy trip to Mexico in a well worn truck running on vegetable oil and a good dollop of enthusiasm and defiance.
December 15th 2012
The Visitors - Day 1
Two days. Two teams. Six fly fishers. Very different and difficult circumstances. Kasper Mühlbach was invited by a Lithuanian and a German team to go fishing with them. Their role was to catch and pose. Kasper's role was to photograph.
March 22nd 2008
How to act right
Looking and behaving right on the water matters. Act or look the wrong way, and fellow anglers will spot you as a helpless beginner right away. This is the second chapter of two, and it will teach you what to do in order to get some stream cred.
March 23rd 2011
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