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Another Metaphor

May 15, 2019

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March 21, 2019

Sometimes, particularly in trout fishing but not always, we find ourselves confronted with fish that seem hungry, and aggressive, yet are not quite willing to take a fly despite coming agonizingly close. Maybe it’s a trout sitting at the back of a pool taunting you. Or...

February 10, 2019

In the lower gradient streams of the Ozarks, Driftless Area, and even to an extent the Appalachians log jams and root wads make up the vast majority of the cover fish live around. There is very little traditional pocket water amongst the classic limestone streams that...

January 20, 2019

One of my favorite bugs to imitate, and fish is the stonefly. They're so big, and contradictory to the little dainty dry flies of our traditional day dreams. Watching a fish come up and hammer such a big meal is like a breath of fresh air, and watching them crawl aroun...

November 3, 2018

Native trout are the telltale sign of wild trout water that hasn’t been touched by humanity. Water that is far enough off the beaten path, that even now it doesn’t catch much attention. Or in some cases, it gets so much attention we wouldn’t dare try to change it. Eith...

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