Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Freshwater

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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How Fly-Fishing Changed in my Lifetime: Part two

How Fly-Fishing Changed in my Lifetime: Part Two Part Tw0: In the previous post I examined how the 70’s & 80’s” brought two significant changes to our sport. The first was a new and very deep fascination with aquatic macro … Continue reading

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How Fly-Fishing Changed in my Lifetime: Part One

How Fly-Fishing Changed in my Lifetime: Part One Part one: A couple of night ago I was thinking back over my time in fly-fishing. Frankly there was plenty to mull over. After all I’ve been a student of the game … Continue reading

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