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The golden scales of a carp.
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A rocky mountain whitefish eye. The color, lighting and textures make this a picture I always enjoy looking at.
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B.C summer steelhead on a dry fly
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fishing for rainbow trout behind spawning sockeye salmon.
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Small Fry: The Lure of the Little
The white perch is actually an anadromous silver bass in the fish family
. This game panfish is the little cousin of the striped bass and shares much of the same habitat: the brackish tidal estuaries and adjacent rivers of the mid-Atlantic and New England states.
August 11th 2008
South Platte Podcast
Colorado's white winters shouldn't give you the blues! Follow GFF partner Steve Schweitzer as he and his family fish the snowy Cheesman Canyon. Steve discusses the 4 plights of the river, flies to use, his "On-Air Hat" and how GFF has over-glorified the fishing gods.
December 2nd 2007
My first flies
I honestly don't remember exactly how many years ago I started tying flies, but a rough calculation says about 30 years. A lot has happened since then - luckily!
March 19th 2013
An article on the Welsh classic The Diawl Bach and on the intriguing and intimidating concept of fishing a team of three flies on a very long leader. GFF partner Martin Joergensen has been to Wales and this is the first article from that trip.
May 19th 2004
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