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New meaning to the words. Big trout in thin water!
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A beautiful South African Brown trout.
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This is an 6/0 orange whistler taken at 5:15 in the morning waiting for giant kingfish too maraud baitfish in the shallows.
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Capt. Mel's Tube Knot
About 5 years ago after seeing so many really bad knots connecting the fly line to the butt leader section, Captain Mel Simpson came up with a knot that does not break, is a permanent part of the fly line and will easily go through the guides if necessary.
January 16th 2012
Favorite Flies for Baltic Seatrout
In this new book Martin has tried to cover his favorite fly patterns, and has included 29 of the flies that he and his best fishing friends use 90% of the time when they fish for Danish coastal seatrout.
March 5th 2012
Build a rod
The introduction to the cover-it-all series on building your own grpahite fly rod, which will run through the whole process of building a complete fly rod, covering selection of components, handle, guides, coating and testing.
May 28th 2007
Fishy art: Jim Roszel
"I have been an artist and fisherman my entire life. I realized a few years ago after catching a giant striped bass that I wanted a way to remember the fish so I painted the fish life-size with all of the details of the catch." says painter Jim Roszel.
February 4th 2010
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