Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Freshwater

Dave is Fishing Henry’s Fork

Dave is Fishing Henry’s Fork My friend Dave is out west, fishing the fabled Henry’s Fork. As you may know this famous stretch of water originates in Big Spring, Idaho and is part of the Snake River. It is known … Continue reading

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The Art of the Soft Hackle

The Art of the Soft Hackle: A month back I was in New Hartford, Connecticut, knee deep in the Farmington River watching a master at work. His name is Pat Torrey and he has been fishing this fabulous river for … Continue reading

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White River Wonders

White River Wonders The White River has a well-earned reputation for some of the best trout fishing in America. It is a 700 mile long, complex watershed running through both Arkansas and Missouri. Some of the finest trout fishing the … Continue reading

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“Fast” Action Fly Rods are Dead

“Fast” Action Fly Rods are Dead: Yeah that’s right “fast” action fly rods are kaput, gone the way of the Great Auk. I know, they were the holy grail for over a quarter century, but finally we’re waking up to … Continue reading

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How Fly Fishing Changed in my Lifetime: Part Three

How Fly Fishing Changed in my Lifetime: Part Three Alright, I’ve decided to take this discussion one more post down the road. Here goes. Part Three: Our fascination with “matching-the-hatch” had a profound effect on our sport, but overall the … Continue reading

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