Tuesday, December 6, 2022

My Home Waters: An Angler Finds Escape and Solace on a Trout River

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SPRING I was ready to go home. I’d been fishing for a couple of hours and had nothing to show for it. No follows. No...

Stick Fight: Spin Fishing vs. Fly Fishing

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Editor’s note: As hunters and anglers, we don’t agree on everything. We’ve even been known to argue on occasion. That’s why this week is...

F&S Fly of The Week: The Clouser Deep Minnow

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We’ve begun hearing welcome reports of striped bass being caught in coastal rivers in the Northeast. The first fly that many striper addicts will...

F&S Fly of The Week: Meyer’s Mini Leech

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In more than 30 years of fly-fishing for trout, I’ve never seen a leech. Maybe I don’t fish where leeches live, although that seems...

F&S Fly of The Week: The Blowtorch

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If Devin Olsen puts a fly in his Top 5, you would be well advised to do the same. Obsessed with fly-fishing since his...

How to Plan Your Striper Season Now and Catch More Fish Later

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It doesn’t matter if you’re throwing flys or plugs—if you want to catch more stripers this season, or catch the fish of a lifetime,...

F&S Fly of The Week: The Pat’s Rubber Legs

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In the Northeast, the first sign of late-winter life on most of our trout streams is the sight of little black stoneflies, often crawling...

Will Genetically Modified “Trojan” Brook Trout Save Native Trout in the West?

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This story originally appeared in bioGraphic, an online magazine about nature and solutions powered by the California Academy of Sciences. On a golden morning in...

Breaking: Invasive Smallmouth Bass Caught Within Spitting Distance of Yellowstone National Park

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On February 19, 2022, a fly fisherman caught a smallmouth bass at the confluence of the Gardner and Yellowstone Rivers—less than half of a...

The Season: Spring Bling

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What’s curious about shad flies is that no one is convinced that migrating shad even eat the dang things. At least, not this time...

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