Fly fishing is easy. Fly fishing is difficult.

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In my intro to photography class, we read an article by a well-known photographer Paul Graham. The article talks about how photography is easy...

Western Natives: Two Bros, Grey Skies and the Canary

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As the winter continues to bring incredible powder days here in Colorado, the choice between hitting the river and slopes continues to be a...

Life Is More Fun Playing In The Mud!

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When most anglers first start fly fishing they picture their first fish on a fly to be a trout, I was just like one...

Scientific Anglers Amplitude Grand Slam Line Review

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You can prepare all you want for saltwater trips, but in the end, Mother Nature is going to do whatever the hell she wants....

Ruth Sims’ Path to Steel

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My first fly cast was roughly 2 and a half years ago. When I was 5 my dad put a spinner rod in my...

In Loving Memory: A Fly Fishing Tale

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While reflecting on the memories I have had through fly fishing, I couldn’t help but think of my first fish.  I want to share...

Photographer Spotlight: Steven Ooi

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Steven Ooi is the kind of guy that feels more at home in a backcountry tent than in the walls of a modern home....

The Satisfaction of Fly Fishing

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 "Never stop learning, never stop experiencing, and never be satisfied." This is what I would call an applicable motto for most of us fly...

A Near Miss

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An impulsive decision to leave the library and fish one of my favorite spots—in the Virginia highlands—led to a catch I will never forget....

6 Tips for Catching Peacock Bass in Miami

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Going to school in Miami comes with its benefits and Flylords intern Jake Wood recently completed his first semester at Miami University. In our latest blog post, Jake weighs...