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Some say that the quality of knot you use is a matter of life and death. I disagree, I can tell you that it’s much more serious than that!
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Fly Fishing, Fly Fishing for Beginners
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Saturday, 20 May, 2017
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No
OK, I'm stretching it a little. The headline suggests the "Soft Shell Revolution" has already happened - and it has in highly aerobic sports like skiing and mountaineering ... more- but it's less clear we'll see the same in fly fishing.
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Fly Fishing, fishing, fly fishing gear, fly fishing jacket, fly fishing soft shell, fly fishing stuff, gear review, Review, soft shell
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Friday, 19 Dec, 2008
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No
In my last installment, I covered the independent fly rod builders who are probably providing the lion's share of modern fiberglass rods to this small-but-interesting market.
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Fly Fishing, diamondglass fly thomas and thomas fly rod, fiberglass fishing rod, fiberglass fly rod, fly fishing gear, fly fishing stuff, fly rod, heirloom fly rod, lamiglas fly rod
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Friday, 8 Feb, 2008
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No
While I remain a little skeptical of the practical advantages of large arbor reels, I bought one a few years ago -- after Chris Raine and I started catching big, fast-moving fish on ... moretiny dries and tippets.
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Fly Fishing, fly fishing stuff, Review
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Sunday, 30 Sep, 2007
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No
Some fly rods exert a powerful hold on those who use them, and when a rod marries itself to your casting stroke, only a fool would put it down in the pursuit of new technology or glossier ... morefinish.
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Fly Fishing, Underground Entertainment
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Thursday, 29 Mar, 2007
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Recently, Yobi Adventures, a new, online, community-based, fly fishing expedition and booking outfit, contacted me about buying the Trout Underground. Because M1 and M2 always need ... morea new pair of shoes (and skis, and soccer balls, and baseball gloves, and fishing gear, and chess sets, and books, and bicycles, and... you get the picture)
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Underground Entertainment
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Thursday, 7 Jul, 2016
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No
Sorry for the extended radio silence. The plan was to laze about (from a blogging perspective) for a couple months while the L&&T and I discussed what we wanted to do when ... morewe grew up.
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so long, trout underground, Underground Entertainment
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Friday, 14 Nov, 2014
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No
Regular readers know I get all tingly when I think of Grand Lake Stream (it's one of the few destinations that will make me board a commercial aircraft).
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bamboo fly rods, downeast lakes land trust, grand lake
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Friday, 13 Dec, 2013
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We knew this day would come. One of the Underground's tax deductions is just old enough to make an attempt at fly fishing (though let's be real, we'll be lucky to fish ... moreten minutes before the rock skipping begins).
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fiberglass fly rods, fishing with kids, kid fly fishing, Underground Entertainment
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Sunday, 8 Sep, 2013
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No
The snowpack up here is so bad, Older Bro and I took the direct route into our normally-unreachable-until-June alpine stream.
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Backcountry, fly fishing small streams, Review
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Friday, 3 May, 2013
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No