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Video Hatch: “The Early Bird”

The race to get to the water can often feel like this vaudeville-themed film short from Caster Tollwad.

Rizzoli Unveils Photo Book On Coastal and Flats Fishing

With photography by Andy Anderson and words by Tom Rosenbauer, the recently released book Salt: Coastal and Flats Fishing is a journey to America’s most notable saltwater fly fishing destinations.    It’s “As close to a firsthand experience as a … more

How to Tie the Tungsten Torpedo

Matt Grobert ties the Tungsten Torpedo in this week’s featured tying video.  As videographer Tim Flagler says, ”it’s become a staple of competitive fly fishermen and with good reason: it works.”

Video Hatch: “San Francisquito Creek – America’s Most Endangered Rivers 2014”

This short film from American Rivers highlights one of America’s most endangered rivers of 2014, San Francisquito Creek, and the issues facing its revival.

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Flies »

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    Why I Don’t Tie

    For some, tying is an essential part of the sport. Others just don't have the personality that wants to go all-in with feathers and thread.

Gear »

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    Getting Around

    Cathy Beck offers a complete introduction to watercraft for fly fishing: what they do, how they work, and which choice is probably right for your style of fishing.

People »

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    Talking Streamers with Kelly Galloup

    Sex Dungeons. Butt Monkeys. Stacked Blondes. Barely Legals. Bodacious names aside, Kelly Galloup's flies have changed the face (and attitude) of modern fly fishing.

Techniques »

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    “Fort Lauderdale” Steelhead

    Dave Karcynski helps solve the puzzle presented by feverish spring fish with several tips on when, where and how to fish for single-minded steelhead.

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    The Vortex Slayers

    Dave Karczynski and photographer P.A. Rech try to conjure an early spring with some old tricks (or call them superstitions).