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Outdoors & Nature, Pocket Guide To Fly Fishing

A Unique Guide For The Beginning Fly Fisherman. Different Than Any Other Books Or Videos. This Will Complement Your Other Offerings Not Conflict With Them. Great On The Water Guide That Will Convert. Sells As An Ebook That Prints To A Guide Book.

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    Fly Fishing Machaca in Costa Rica With Insane Topwater Action

    That, my friends, is a successful day! Here is a short video of the day featuring some insane topwater fly fishing action! At our guide service 506 Outdoors we offer our clients the opportunity to hit the rivers in search of these fantastic fish.

    Fly-tying corner

    A classic trout fly, the Black Gnat is most often these days tied dry, but it can be an important pattern when fished below the surface. Consider it as part of a three-fly cast when prospecting for summer rainbows or cutthroats on the McKenzie. Tie the wet ...

    Eaglets, getting ready to fly!

    The eaglets grow stronger and about 9-10 weeks they begin branching, this is a precursor to fledging. The eaglets around 10-14 weeks will fledge, or fly away from the nest. Once the eaglets have fledged they may remain around the nest for four or five ...

    Captain’s Corner: Not having to fool with bait is big advantage for fly fishing

    One of the many advantages to fly fishing is when the bite is on, a lot of fish can be caught. We don’t have to fool around with weights, swivels, snaps and finicky braided line, but especially bait. Procuring live baits and keeping them healthy ...

    Culturing Your Fly Fishing Culture

    To put things in context, it is important to remember that fly fishing exists as a niche within fishing, which is a niche within outdoors pursuits. There are plenty more things to do outdoors that aren’t fly fishing that are worth doing. And maybe by ...

    Why Tandem Fly Rigs Are the Best Way to Go Fly Fishing

    For many fly fishermen, the age-old craft is a simple endeavor. Tie a small fly to a tapered leader and let the casting begin. The method works fine. But what if I told you there was a way to double your chances of catching fish and it involved a tandem ...

    Outdoors: Steelhead don't mind getting a whiff of Skunk

    Skunk hair," Jim Dexter said. The object of our conversation, a faithful-to-the-original version of the Skunk, a classic steelhead fly, sat on the table in front of me. It was tied with oval silver tinsel, although the tinsel was buried in the black ...

    Fridays on the Fly: A Private River Runs Through It

    Solitude is a good thing when it’s just you, a fly rod, and an Appalachian stream—which may explain why some resorts and private landowners are inclined to add “No Trespassing” signs to the streamside ambience. A few recent steps in that direction ...

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