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Walking a long mend downstream.
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Landing a rainbow trout in the Colorado River. Nikon D40 Sigma 18-200 @22mm F/6.3 1/160s
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Martin is planning to go out fishing at sunrise, and recorded a few thoughts on how to prepare for such an early morning fishing. He has to be very meticulous in his preparations, because if he's not, he will forget something...
May 9th 2008
Chuck and Duck
Chuck-n-duck fishing isn't for everyone. Morality aside, it is an effective angling technique, one worth learning if you find occasionally find yourself in a situation where drifting a nymph along the bottom of a distant lie is the difference between catching and casting practice.
November 12th 2006
Small Fry: The Lure of the Little
Light gear is best for little fish for two big reasons: first, light or ultralight outfits provide the most sport by giving these fish their best fighting chance; second, lighter outfits make fly fishing possible in unforgiving casting situations that leave little room for human error.
September 22nd 2008
This is the second article in the series "Nymphing From Top-to-Bottom: The Untold Secrets". This article covers ways to get a fly to fish deep in the water by adding weight or using different lines and casting or mending techniques.
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