Podcast: Why did I miss that fish? With Dave Jensen

Swing, hit, and miss–why did you not connect with that fish? Did it just miss your fly? Did you strike too soon? Did you strike too late? Or did the fish refuse your fly even though it looked like a take? Dave Jensen . . .

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Podcast: Hemingway Was a Lousy Fly Fisherman

When Ernest Hemingway was a kid, he took great pride in catching trout on worms and jerking them out of small streams as quickly as he could. Later in life, he lived near excellent trout fishing in Sun Valley but didn’t really . . .

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A Montana Sampler: 5 Unique Fisheries in 5 Days

Montana is home to thousands of miles of high-quality wild trout water, and it would take more than a lifetimes to fish it all. Most anglers have heard of the blue-ribbon rivers such as the Madison, Yellowstone, Missouri, Gallatin, . . .

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Podcast: George Daniel on Winter Fly Fishing

This week, continuing our series of podcasts on winter fly fishing for trout, I interview George Daniel, author and guide. George is also an fishingsifu ambassador and field tester, and he teaches the legendary fly-fishing course at . . .

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Podcast: The Classic Sporting Art of Bob White

This week, my guest is artist Bob White, a beloved painter of fly-fishing and bird hunting scenes. Bob has illustrated John Gierach’s magazine pieces for years and also illustrated the current version of The fishingsifu Fly-Fishing Guide. . . .

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Video: How to Make Snap-T and Double Spey Casts

Here’s another great video from the redesigned fishingsifu Fly Fishing Learning Center. Casting instructor Pete Kutzer teaches you two inportant casts you can make with a two-handed or single-handed fly rod. In fact, . . .

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Video: How to Organize Your Fly-Fishing Gear

I have to admit that I need a better strategy for organizing my fly-fishing gear. In this video, Colin McKeown of The New Fly Fisher walks us through his system for storing his gear in such a way that he can quickly . . .

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