Fishing guides

  • Caddis larva flies

    Matching the hatch: the lifecycle of the caddisfly

    Caddisflies go by many names. They're known as caddises, sedges, sedge flies, rail flies, rock worms, caseworms and probably some other names too. No matter what you call them, caddis flies are common insects that spend most of their lives...

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  • Using soft plastics to catch trout

    Using soft plastics to catch trout

    Using soft plastic lures is one of the most effective yet underutilized tactics for trout fishing. When fished correctly, soft plastics can work incredibly well for all species of trout. In some ways fishing soft plastics for trout can be...

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  • How to fly fish using a spinning rod

    How to fly fish using a spinning rod

    You probably know that flies are proven to catch fish. But did you know that you can fish with flies using a simple spinning rod and reel? Fly fishing with a spinning rod is both possible and effective. It doesn't...

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  • How to catch trout and salmon on beads

    How to catch trout and salmon on beads

    Did you know that you can catch trout, steelhead, and salmon on simple beads? It's true. That's why we carry a full line of drift beads in a wide range of colors. These little beads can help you catch a...

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  • A simple guide to microfishing

    A simple guide to microfishing

    We wouldn't say microfishing is taking the angling world by storm. Yet there is no doubt that it is getting plenty of attention these days. At this point microfishing has been covered by Field and Stream, Hooked Magazine, Game and...

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