Techniques

An Introduction to Tenkara Fly Fishing: Tenkara and the Spring Runoff

There is one time of year that every angler in Colorado looks forward to and dreads all at the same time. We are in the thick of it right now… Spring Runoff!!! With spring runoff we get very high flowing

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An Introduction to Tenkara Part 2: Setting Up

Welcome to an Introduction to Tenkara Part 2. If you have made it this far hopefully you have purchased or collected the items I listed in the Introduction to Tenkara Part 1. If not now is the time to do

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TenkaraGrasshopper’s Failed Attempt At The Tenkara “One Fly” Theory

I read about the “One Fly” theory commonly found and discussed and even debated in the Tenkara community.

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Sight Fishing for Trout By Landon Mayer Book Review

  Last year I was roaming through a local fly shop and came across their book section. While perusing the available titles one in particular jumped out at me. Sight Fishing For Trout By Landon Mayer. The title caught my

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“Karel’s Catchumall” Pattern A guest post by Denver Dobbins

To all my valued readers and in particular Karel Lansky. Mr. Denver Dobbins sent me a post recently and I decided that it would be enjoyable to have a little fun with Karel. Thank you Denver for such a funny

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Finest Fly Tying Benches of Colorado Laptop Traveler Bench Review

How many times have you been invited to a fishing buddies house to tie flies or traveled to a destination a few hours away from home but decided not to take your tying gear because it might just be a

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The Soft-Hackled Fly and Tiny Soft Hackles by Sylvester Nemes Book Review

There are times when your eyes are opened to a whole new realm that exists within fly fishing and you almost feel like a child. Not in a scolding way, more of an awakening to a whole new world of

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Daniel Galhardo and the “One Fly” concept

So, Graham has finally taken off on his honeymoon and is reportedly away from civilization – no computer, no internet…just candles and cold water, I imagine. But, he didn’t want to leave his readers completely away from content, so before

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