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How To Fly Fish Yellowstone National Park

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Casting terrestrials below a steep bank of tall grass with bison groaning in the distance was the draw for me at 8 years of...
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Fishing Etiquette – How To Navigate a Fly Shop

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Fly shops are special places— sources of local fishing information, the original social media hubs, cultural focal points, and one-stop shops for all things...

How to Embrace Busy Rivers: Dan “Rooster” Leavens

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A quick note from Rooster at Stonefly Outfitters: A quick word to everyone that is here to fly fish in Montana: "Historically the second week of...
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Boat Ramp Etiquette With The Qualified Captain

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Boat ramps are common areas visited by people of all different experience levels whether it be guides, newbies, or weekend warriors. We teamed up...
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#OneAndDone – A Winter Steelhead Pledge

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Winter steelhead populations in the Pacific Northwest have been on the decline for many years now. They face different challenges from harvest, hydropower/dams, habitat...

Fishing Etiquette: Flats Fishing

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Many of you may have heard of stream etiquette ... but have you heard of flats etiquette? In order to deliver the best info...
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Spring Into Trout Love: What to Know About Upcoming Spawning Seasons

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This Valentines' Day, we decided to take a moment from the heart-shaped chocolates, sushi dinners, and other means of compensation for a rod purchase...

2021 F3T Behind the Lens: Spot Burn

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When you think of the popular hunting and fishing brand: Meat Eater, you're most likely picturing epic hunting, delicious game recipes, and just about...

Video of the Week: All Jokes Aside with Eeland Stribling

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In this video of the week, we catch up with Redington and Eeland Stribling in their newest short film "All Jokes Aside". Eeland is...

Fishing Etiquette: Tips for Handling Big Fish

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Just because you catch a giant doesn't mean that your fish handling techniques get thrown out the window. Here are 9 tips to help...