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How To Get Started Tying Flies: Best Beginner Equipment [2021]

So you’re getting in to fly tying, huh? Buckle up, because you’re in for an adventure! Whether you’ve lost too many flies in the bushes and you’re looking to mitigate some cost involved, or you simply want to become more in touch with the fly fishing experience—tying your own flies is a worthwhile endeavor for

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Redington vs Cabela's Fly Rods for Beginners
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Redington Fly Rods vs Cabelas for Beginners

Choosing a fly fishing setup for beginners is a challenging task, and this is a question we get quite a bit.   So in this article we’re going to be putting Cabela’s Prestige up against the Redington Crosswater Combo to compare which is better for beginners. Really, both brands are phenomenal.  They have very inexpensive fly

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How To Identify A Hatch While Fly Fishing

Fly fishing hatch is probably one of the most productive means of catching fish.  Bugs are all over the water and the trout are rising to the top to go eat them.  But how does one identify if they have found a hatch or not? It’s about as simple as it sounds. How To Identify

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How to Plan The Perfect Fly Fishing Road Trip

So you are looking to plan a fly fishing road trip huh?  Congratulations!  There is a lot of work that goes into getting a road trip planned and executed, but there is nothing like the feeling of finally reaching your destination to catch fish! How to Plan The Perfect Fly Fishing Road Trip  Time Location

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Winter Fly Fishing Gear Checklist [2021]

Winter fly fishing can go one of two ways, very cold, wet and miserable, or warm, dry and enjoyable! If you’re serious about fly fishing, you’re down to fish during the winter. Not only is winter time fly fishing a great opportunity to hit water that would otherwise be heavily pressured, the bite can be

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Tacky Fly Box Review: Worth The Money?

Look, I know what you’re thinking. You’re here for the Tacky Fly Box Review because you’re like me, and you recently heard of this little contraption. It’s an expensive box, but it’s one of the best. Read on, my friend. Is the Tacky Fly Box worth it?? Another fly fishing gimmick? Come, on! Nope. If

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Must Have Fly Fishing Gear for 2021

New year, new gear, right? Riiiiigggghhhttt.. At least that’s what your wife says. Whether you’re just here to dream, or you’re a serious fly fisherman—the top fly fishing gear for 2020 is here. And here to stay it is. Must Have Fly Fishing Gear for 2020  We’ve come quite a ways from the days of

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DIY Fly Fishing Wyoming: Plan Your Trip

There are few places as picturesque to fly fisherman as the mountain backdrop and flowing rivers of Wyoming. The area has a storied history of world record fish and its rivers and creeks are filled with once in a lifetime opportunity. This year you should plan a DIY fly fishing trip to Wyoming (circumstances are

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Fly Shops in Silverthorne, Colorado

For those fly fishermen (and ladies) planning a fly fishing trip to the Silverthorne, Colorado area, you’re in luck. There are two phenomenal fly shops that offer not only an excellent selection of flies and fly fishing gear, but guided trips in addition. Colorado Angler The first of the two fly shops in Silverthorne is

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Allen Gallatin Ultra Light Strap Pack Fishing Vest Review

In the market for a new fly fishing vest?  The Allen Gallatin Ultra Light Strap vest might be for you… It’s one of the more interesting fishing vests on the market, but a popular one nonetheless. Allen Gallatin Ultra Light Strap Vest Pros: Minimalist Versatile A lot of storage space No back pad Inexpensive Cons:

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Redington Clark Fork Fly Fishing Vest Review

Today, I reviewed the Redington Clark Fork Fly Fishing Vest In today’s day and age, it’s very easy to start questioning what gear and vests are going to be of quality, and what aren’t.  Let me tell you what I do and don’t like about the Clark Fork Vest. Positives of the Redington Clark Fork

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How To Fly Fish A Two Fly System

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How Do You Keep Ice Out of Fly Rod Guides?

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6 Tips for Winter Trout Fly Fishing

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Simms Windstopper Softshell Jacket Review

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Adamsbuilt Waders Review and Size Chart

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Redington Path Fly Rod Combo Review

This page is currently under construction.  If you are looking for a new fly rod we have an article written about the best fly rods for under $400 in 2020 if you are interested!  Thank you for understanding and sorry for the inconvenience!

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Cabelas Atoll Fly Rod Review

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Redington Vice Fly Rod Review

Welcome in to my review of the Redington Vice fly rod. The Vice is one of the better budget rods you can get if you are into fly fishing, but aren’t likely to buy a Sage X. While I do enjoy this fly rod a lot, there are also some downfalls. Let’s dive into it.

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Where To Find The Best Cheap Fly Fishing Flies

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The Best Fly Fishing Starter Kit for Beginning Fly Fishermen

For beginners in fly fishing, whether you’re new to fishing as a whole or you’re an experienced angler with a rod and reel looking to add some extra excitement—you’re in for a treat with fly fishing. My very first fishing trip out west I had “tied my own flies” (in air quotes, they were horrible)

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