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Sometimes it pays to test a knot until it breaks. This will show you first hand the real strength of your knot before you put it to use, and shows which of your knots are strongest, ... moreand what knots you need to work on.
Category:
Fly Fishing for Beginners
Added Date:
Thursday, 13 Jul, 2017
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No
Fly Fishers International—formerly the International Federation of Fly Fishers (IFFF)—has announced a name change as part of an organization-wide rebranding effort. The rebranding ... moreincludes a new logo, website and supporting promotional materials.
Category:
Fly Fishing, Fly Fishing Community
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Monday, 17 Apr, 2017
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John Gierach’s new book, A Fly Rod of Your Own hit shelves on April 4th, 2017. It is available in print and kindle format, and is described as an “ode to those who fish.”
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Fly Fishing, Planning, Insider, Perfect Fishing Days, John Gierach
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Monday, 10 Apr, 2017
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No
We'll get right to it. Why waste time on a beautiful Friday -- especially when more fly fishing might await me at the end of the day?
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Underground Entertainment
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Friday, 15 Jun, 2007
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The Golden Years. You see, I received an e-mail from a loyal Undergrounder who's been scouring the Oregon/California/Nevada region for a place where he and his wife could live ... moreout their Golden Years before going the way of all flesh.
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Fly Fishing, Opinion
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Thursday, 8 Feb, 2007
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I held my breath while doing it, but over the last two years I wore and reviewed two pair of sonic-welded seam fly fishing waders, and I'm happy to report I remain dry.
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fly fishing industry, fly fishing waders, redington sonic pro waders, Review
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Thursday, 23 Aug, 2012
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In recent decades, Hardy was the manufacturer you turned to if you smoked a pipe and spoke like Rex Harrison, but it's interesting to note that they - and the formerly tweed-friendly ... moreOrvis - both now offer cutting-edge fly rod technology (they'd suggest "industry-leading" technology), which is proof, I suppose, that you write off the old guys at your own peril (I'm not drawing parallels to the Underground, though you kids should stay the hell off my lawn).
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5wt fly rods, all-around fly rods, fly fishing stuff, fly rod shootout, fly rods, Opinion, Review, yellowstone angler
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Wednesday, 26 Jan, 2011
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As someone who had his first bout with skin cancer at the age of 18, I'm uniquely qualified to write about the necessity of sun protection. Which largely begins with a hat. Over ... morethe years, I've mucked around with a lot of different warm-weather hats (including a brief flirtation with a French Foreign Legion desert hat that guaranteed a bare minimum of interaction with the opposite sex), and I've come to some surprising conclusions about the state of fly fishing headgear. Which is that it basically sucks.
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boonie hat, fly fishing stuff, fly fishing's ultimate hat, military boonie hat, outdoor wear
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Wednesday, 16 Jun, 2010
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No