Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Freshwater

Making and Storing a Euro-nymph Leader

Making and Storing a Euro-nymph Leader: I mentioned awhile ago, that I purchased a 10-foot Scott Radian 4-weight fly rod, to use mainly for euro-nymphing. And along with it, I’ve been making and storing euro-nymph leaders to suit this angling … Continue reading

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The San Juan Worm

The San Juan Worm: The San Juan Worm may qualify as the Rodney Dangerfield of the fly world. Believe me, its gives some serious anglers the heebie-jeebies. They love to hate it. Wouldn’t be caught dead with one in their … Continue reading

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Ocean City Fly Reels 76 & 77

Ocean City Fly Reels 76 & 77: Looking for an inexpensive freshwater fly reel? One that’s simple, sturdy, reliable, reversible, and suitable for trout? Or maybe you just want a backup reel in your tackle bag? Or something your kid … Continue reading

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Its Chernobyl Ant Time!

Its Chernobyl Ant Time! :  Ahhh…summer is finally here in full force; yeah the heat is on. That means cold beer in your cooler and terrestrial flies in your vest. Yes, hoppers, beetles, cricket, and caterpillar imitations are a must … Continue reading

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Fishing Dry Flies Downstream

Fishing Dry Flies Downstream: Dry fly fishing is an amazing part of our sport. And there is not a fly-fisherman alive that hasn’t enjoyed it, or at least wanted to give it a try. Hell the dry fly itch can … Continue reading

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