Rx For July Heat

Rx For July Heat

Take one 3-wt. with sponge spiders wet-wading in a spring-fed stream. Ahhh. Expect relief in an hour or two before sunset.

Terry’s evening trip to a canopied stretch of a nearby stream fostered some surprises. He expected to catch some Continue reading

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Our friends Dave and Emily Whitlock have a brand new book on the market! It’s available through their website <www.davewhitlock.com>. The book’s title is Artful Profiles of Trout, Char and Salmon – and the Classic Flies That Catch  Continue reading

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Bluegill Feeding Habits

Bluegill Feeding Habits

Bluegills, with only two exceptions, always approach their prospective meal from behind and hesitate. That hesitation enables evaluation through smell and sight. If it passes inspection it’s sucked into its mouth. The two exceptions are during the spawning process Continue reading

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It’s In the Details. . .

It’s In the Details. . .

Spawned-out female bluegills and still brightly-colored post-spawn males were located patrolling the deep edge of the weedline this weekend. Olive Bully Spiders fished on a slow sinking intermediate line with a 9-foot leader and 4X tippet brought many to Continue reading

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