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First published before January 1st 2001 - More than 14 years ago
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Entertaining trip reportsStories and accounts from exiting and fascinating fly fishing destinations
Gaining 2,500 feet in altitude and hiking over 28 miles wasn't the tough part of this trip of a lifetime for first time GFF author Shane Murphy. It was resisting the temptation to fish every inch of the abundance of trout-filled water in the 4 days he spent in the Colorado backcountry. If you decide to fish the Colorado high country, Shane offers his description of the trip and shares
Hans Jacob, a good friend of mine, has been going to some lakes in Sweden for many years, and asked whether some of us wanted to join him on another summer fishing trip. I wasn't late to return with a confirmation. Sure I wanted to fish lake rainbows with him! Sounded like a lot of fun. And it was!
Seven family members from various cities across the U.S. got together for a vacation this spring in Key Largo, Florida. The author is the only avid angler of the bunch and alerted the others that he wanted to get some fishing in while we were there, and they were welcome to fish along.
Tom Gorman admits that he's brought a 12-wt. outfit along on fishing trips to various parts of the world where sailfish are present, but the opportunity for him to present a fly to a sail just never seemed to happen. Until during his recent trip to Guatemala.
The aim on this trip was to explore and flyfish several rivers in the Moosehead Lake area of northwest Maine, about 50 miles from Quebec. Moosehead Lake is 40 miles long and 20 miles across at its widest. Area rivers, several of which flow into or out of the lake, hold landlocked salmon, large brook trout, and mammoth smallmouth bass.