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Eddie Robinson's Fly Fishing

Angry in Paradise

Angry in Paradise You can lead a person to paradise but you cannot force them to have fun. Through many years of guiding and hosting destination fly fishing trips both locally and to remote and exciting fly fishing destinations, I have found that many fly fisherman...

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My Fly Fishing Evolution

My Fly Fishing Evolution I started fly fishing when I was fourteen years old. I was lucky enough to have a scout leader who taught me how to fish, got me to sign up for a fly-tying class with Rainey Riding (before she was famous), took me down to pick up my first rod,...

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Is the Fishing Ever Good??

Is the Fishing Ever Good?? I love to fly fish… I always have. In my youth, I used to get angry if I didn't catch fish, or if I tangled up the line. It is a wonder that I ever continued fly-fishing because although I couldn't wait to go, I was inevitably frustrated...

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Invite Them in Without Driving Them Out

Invite Them in Without Driving Them Out I began taking my children fly fishing before they could walk. At first, they took in the great outdoors from my shoulders while I caught a few fish. I would let them touch the fish and occasionally hold it. I enjoyed watching...

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Fishing Streamers for Big Fish

Fishing Streamers for Big Fish It is a fact that streamer fishing can produce the largest of trout. Unfortunately very little has been written about when to use them and how to properly fish them. Those who use them, swear by them and most anglers fish them by casting...

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Ready, Fire, Aim

Ready, Fire, Aim Many people know their home waters like the back of their hand. These types of anglers can be divided into two groups of people; good fly fisherman, and fisherman who know their home waters. Fisherman who know their home waters, know where to go, when...

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Strike Indicators

Strike Indicators The topic of strike indicators may very well be one of the most controversial topics in fly fishing. It may possibly even fall into the same category as ‘which grip to use when fly casting.’ I believe that it is controversial only because it is...

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What is Proper Fly Fishing Etiquette

What is Proper Fly Fishing Etiquette? As our streams become more and more crowded, fly fisherman are constantly faced with the ‘etiquette’ dilemma. While some people are simply rude, I don’t believe that it is ok to be rude to another angler simply because “other...

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Is There a Proper Way to Cast

Is There a Proper Way to Cast? The world of fly fishing is full of myth and mystery. Many things get passed down among fly fishermen for generations whether they are accurate or not. Fly fishing is not immune to this. 10 o’clock to 2 o’clock. Don’t bend the wrist,...

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