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Tippets: Making Short Casts, Flies for Night Fishing

November 28, 2016 By: Erin Block

  • John Juracek writes about the puzzling difficulty of making short casts. “If you find that you can cast twenty feet (this includes your leader) repeatedly, accurately, with a tight loop,” he writes, “indeed, you are casting better than 98% of all fishermen.” Read more via Hatch Magazine.
  • A recent article by Alan Bulmer looks at flies for rising trout when night fishing, why fish rise at this time, and how to develop the skills to successfully target them. Via Active Angling New Zealand.