Monthly Archives: November 2022

The Best Dry and Nymph Trout Flies?

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From Epic Flyfishing USA (abridged) Ok, I’ve led you astray, there aren’t ten, there are three, maybe four. Stick with me here. Thinking back over the past 20 years or so, I used to haul around just about every fly pattern I … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget Wee Wet Flies and Kate McLaren

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by Tony Orman You may be too young to remember the little wet flies that were all the vogue in trout fishing prior to the advent of nymph fishing in the 1970s. My early teenage years trout fishing with a … Continue reading

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Is Catch and Release As Good As It Feels?

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by Tony Orman Frank Murphy has fished the upper Motu River situated between Whakatane and Gisborne for just on 40 years.He spent some nine younger years as a professional hunter and operated a live deer capture helicopter base at Motu … Continue reading

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Classic Essay: Fly Fishing, Mindfulness, and the Art

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Orvis Staff Posted on January 8, 2020Categories Fly Fishing Written by: Donald Richard, Brattleboro Retreat Fly fishing and mindfulness practice can go hand-in-hand, allowing you to experience the moment completely.All photos by Bob Zingaro In 1855, physician and avid fly fisherman James A. … Continue reading

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