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Mud Season

When the lift stop spinning and seasonal crowds head out, the Mud Season for anglers have begun. This is a season the mountain locals come to love, this is the season their town and rivers become home again.

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Event

Home waters: The Pisgah

The problem with private water is just that, it's private. Now imagine yourself fishing arguably the best stretch of trout water found on the East Coast. Well you can, on June 17th Davidson River Outfitters will be opening up their private section of the Davidson River to anyone that wants to demo a new Redington rod. We'll be camped out at their fly shop with new product that you can demo at no cost.

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Shark Week

With an exhausted broadband from being stuck inside and an upcoming trip Matus Sobolic and Seth Blackamore head to the beaches in San Diego in the pursue of landing a Leopard Shark on the fly.

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Video

New Find Your Water Film - Contradictions

Escape to Montana’s legendary Bighorn River with Rich, a fly angler and hard-rock miner from Billings who works hard to play hard no matter the season. He understands what it means to be a contradiction, and his story highlights the nuanced relationship every angler has with the river. At the end of it all, though, Rich understands one vital truth about his identity.

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Trip Report

Winter Spell

The first warm snap of weather signals the change from the cold, dark months of winter to the longer and warmer days for summer.

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Saying Hi to Dad

Lee's Ferry is an amazing place, and to KC Badger it's a place where he can reconnect with his father through childhood memories and time on the water. Click the link below to read KC's write up about his relationship with his father and returning back to this special place to be with Dad once again

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Not The Worst Thing In The World

The closure of Pyramid Lake may not have been the worst thing in the world.

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Trip Report

Continents and Casting

I can clearly remember the expression on the Ghillie’s face as I introduced myself, I must have looked like I was coming off of something good.

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Lowcountry and High Hopes

What we don't see often, are people celebrating that day of nothing.

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Photo Essay

Aloha Bones

Hawaii is not the location of easy eats or multi fish days, but it is the home of double digit fish.

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Photo Essay

Deschutes Road Trip

The chance to catch a wild fish will cause anglers to travel thousands of miles and spend countless hours casting, in hope for that tug that may come only once a day.

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Small Streams, Sweat & Rattlesnakes

Summer in Appalachia lures anglers with the promise of cold water and hungry fish, but don't forget that some residents aren't friendly...

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Winter Layovers

It’s important to winter in a town as fishy as you are.

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