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Eddie Robinson's Fly Fishing

 

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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Sinking Lines Which Line to Buy

Sinking Line: Which Line to Buy? I have found that there is considerable confusion among the angling community regarding sinking lines and grain weights. When choosing a floating line, one only needs to worry about the weight of the line. When choosing a sinking line,...

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The Wrong Way to Fish

The Wrong Way to Fish The word ‘purist’ often gets thrown around the fly fishing community, usually with a negative connotation. But aren’t we all purists as we ourselves define it? I believe that the whole topic is very much a personal choice and that there is no...

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Summer Fishing Paradise on the Provo River

Thinking that the PMD’s were nearing the end of their peak, I arrived at the Provo River at 8:00 in the evening armed with plenty of caddis pupa, dries and emergers. As I neared the area that I intended on fishing, the mouths and backs of several large trout were...

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The Elusive Flour

Having just returned, from a fly-fishing trip inthe Mexican Caribbean, I am left with emotions that have become very familiar to me. Many years ago, having been a trout fisherman all my life, I was invited to go fly fishing in a remote part of the world with a good...

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My Passion for Fly Fishing

Sometime in my early thirties, I began experiencing some emotions that I’d feared may come for some time. Somehow, my obligations to my family and our future had grown to a proportion that seemed to be larger than the amount of energy I was able to devote toward fly...

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Purists

The Wrong Way to Fish The word ‘purist’ often gets thrown around the fly fishing community, usually with a negative connotation. But aren’t we all purists as we ourselves define it? I believe that the whole topic is very much a personal choice and that there is no...

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Choosing the Best Sinking Fly Line

Sinking Line: Which Line to Buy? I have found that there is considerable confusion among the angling community regarding sinking lines and grain weights. When choosing a floating line, one only needs to worry about the weight of the line. When choosing a sinking line,...

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The Right 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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