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Wyoming Ain't For Everyone

Yesterday I was risking sunburn and drinking gin and tonics. Today a chain law was in effect. Grouse about it all you want, but in Wyoming this is how it works. 59 more words

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Above. Lower Dips. Photo Des Colhoun

Upper Arndilly is a beautiful single bank (right) just below Craigellachie. There is fishing for three rods on a mile of river that contains six pools. 85 more words

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A good night to give a wet fly presentation

Had enough rain yet? I can only imagine what your favorite trout stream looks like. One of those neither man nor beast nights, so I was astonished to see such an impressive turnout at the Thames Valley Chapter of TU meeting. 99 more words

Steve Culton

And we're back!!

Hi all. As I’m sure you’ve noticed, things are starting to warm up a little. The fishing should start to do the same as well. I’ve had some tough luck in the early season, in part due to the latest ice out on Cape Cod in fifty years.  626 more words

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Islamorada Tarpon

In late March, I had the pleasure of taking a trip down to Islamorada to chase big, spooky tarpon. For those of you that don’t know, Islamorada is the second Florida Key, just below Key Largo. 539 more words

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Scientific Anglers Hits Montana

Check out what the guys at Scientific Anglers have been up to this month in Montana.


The Next Step - with Aussie Fly Fisher

Well whilst the saltwater fly-fishing is fun and still a challenge I find the freshwater fly fishing daunting to say the least. When you are confronted with shrubbery, trees and of course that good old blackberry bush all the while why you are trying to hide from trout being able to spot you it certainly tests the patience levels. 834 more words