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Tips for Catching Trout

Lee’s Ferry Fly Fishing takes people fishing in northern Arizona on the Colorado River above the Grand Canyon. Thanks to the Glen Canyon Dam, the water in these parts is not only crystal clear but also a consistent 47 degrees. You know what that means? This is a great place to fish for trout! It’s… Continue Reading

The Vocabulary of Fly Fishing

Fly fishing, like most things, has its own language. Oh sure, it’s English, so it’s not like a totally foreign language that you’d have a hard time figuring out, but, nonetheless, there are plenty of words fly fishermen use that the average person might scratch their head over, wondering what they were talking about. For… Continue Reading

What Is Wade Guiding?

There are many types of fishing techniques that anglers can employ when searching for a big catch. You might find one technique suits you better than others, but it is worthwhile to try as many as you can to become a versatile fisherman. One such technique to try is wade fishing. According to Florida Sportsman,… Continue Reading

Tips For Fishing With Children

The art of fishing is a near rite of passage for many families, as it is a skill that is handed down from generation to generation, and for good reason– there are many valuable lessons to be learned from fishing and it’s an opportunity to bond and create memories with family. If this is your… Continue Reading

Why is Fishing So Fun?

Fishing is a very popular sport and hobby for many people across America. Have you ever taken the time to think about why it is so much fun? Here is a couple of reasons why we find so much amusement in fishing. The Relaxation Not sure what it is but there is something very relaxing… Continue Reading

The Importance of Finding the Right Rod Grip

With certain sporting activities, such as golfing and baseball, the grip on your club or bat drastically influences the results of your swing. Similarly, grips for fly-fishing are also vital to one’s success. The way you hold your fly rod and how well your grip is will often determine whether you’ll have a successful day… Continue Reading