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Magic on the Fly

May 30, 2016

We are often asked to articulate what it is that makes fly fishing so special and it is true, sometimes it is hard to describe the affliction. Here is a […]

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A Fly Fisherman’s Oath by Josh Gallivan

March 12, 2016

To open up this season’s blog posting I wanted to share a short read from one of our guides, Josh Gallivan. I think Josh is one of the more contagious […]

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Presentation: The Reach Cast

April 27, 2015

There is no doubt that there are many “secret” tips in the world of fly fishing. These tips are meant to encourage an emerging angler to persist and learn more […]

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Part II- Wet-Fly Presentation

November 11, 2014

To follow up on our last post about dry fly presentation from a drift boat it is now fitting to go sub-surface and briefly discuss good wet-fly presentation from a […]

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Drift Boat Fly Fishing: Bow Angles

June 13, 2014

 In our last post I made a fair case for several reasons why it is we love drift boat fly fishing. Just as fly rods are finely crafted to perform […]

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The Drift Boat Fly Fishing Experience… on the Rapid Rise.

April 13, 2014

I can easily recall as a youngster, dreaming over issues of Field & Stream and Sports Afield about the art and delicate craft of fly fishing. The visions of wading […]

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Jackson Hole Spring Fly Fishing Report

March 16, 2014

The official start to Spring is less than a week away and already the annual buzz is in full swing here in Jackson Hole and the Northern Rockies. The 6 […]

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A Twist on Tying the Improved Clinch Knot

August 19, 2013

Have you ever wondered how your guide can change your fly and get you back fishing so quickly?  The answer to this is  practice, but with this little trick, you’ll […]

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Dropperology- Fly Fishing Droppers

August 4, 2013

There is absolutely no doubt that modern fly fishing is ever evolving and overall our angling skills and creative fly patterns have pushed the artful past time into a hyper-sense. […]

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Cutthroat Trout, A Jackson Hole Native

June 24, 2013

Cutthroat Trout are native to the Jackson Hole area.  The Cutthroat was named by naturalist John Richardson who was part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806.  Richardson named […]

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