Category Archives: Fly Fishing in Freshwater

Euro-Nymphing with a Crappie Pole?

Euro-Nymphing with a Crappie Pole? By buddy Phil is always figuring out new ideas. You may remember a few posts back he showed us how to use an ice float for fly storage. Well recently he has been fascinated with … Continue reading

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A Trip to the Great North Woods

A Trip to the Great North Woods In the previous post I told you about the effect of climate change and covid on my trip north. Damn, quite a bummer. The river was overrun with anglers. Completely overrun. The photo … Continue reading

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Climate Change and Covid are Affecting our Fisheries

Climate Change and Covid are Affecting our Fisheries I just got back from a trip up to the Great North Woods. A place I love and have been going to since the mid-1980’s. But I was totally unprepared for what … Continue reading

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Dave ‘s 18″ Brown Trout

Dave’s 18″ Brown Trout My friend Dave got himself a nice 18″ brown trout. No this isn’t famous the Dave I speak about all the time – the redfish king, down in Punta Gorda. This Dave lives here in Connecticut. … Continue reading

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American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up

American Angler’s Digital Version goes Belly Up Not long ago, I posted on the demise of American Angler’s print edition. Well guess what? Back in July, American Angler’s digital version went belly up too. Granted I’m way the hell late … Continue reading

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