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Mid Current Colorado's Front Range Trout Hurt by Flood Repair
Floods devastated the Front Range of Colorado in the fall of 2013. Now, one year later, roads have been repaired but the reality of what the infrastructure has done to trout habitat and populations is stark, with many trout relocating … more
Thu, 30 October 2014, 10:20
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Mid Current
Kirk Werner, author of the celebrated Olive the Little Woolly Bugger books for young anglers,  recently spoke with Phil Monahan about everything from his own beginnings in fly fishing to the origination and development of Olive. Don't miss this interview … more
Thu, 30 October 2014, 9:16
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Hatches Magazine Upstream: An Alaskan Fishing Documentary
by Capt. Andy Parker AdsenseJust a short 48 hrs earlier, we had walked across the stage in South Carolina to accept our college diplomas. But as we were taxiing to the "runway" on the middle of Anchorage's Lake Hood in a tiny Cessna 206 float plane, we had no
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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Hatches Magazine Fly Fishing on the River Severn
Photo Essay: All Photos from kasperbs' photostream on flickr Getting the rods ready for a day of Grayling fishing The Severn is the longest river in UK, and runs from mid Wales and well into England. The river was low and clear, and we even got to try our lu
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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Hatches Magazine Sparkle Spider
Tying the by Lucian Vasies Hook: daiichi d1180 /d1130 #12-18Thread: Unithread 17/0 whiteUnderbody: uni mylar green peacockBody: opossum dubbing yellow-olive, claretHackle: chocolate feathers or partridge feathers - one turn
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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Hatches Magazine Eyes for Tying
by Russ Forney Winter is fly tying season in northeastern Wyoming. As fresh snow piles up behind the garage and mercury shivers in the thermometer, I am filling boxes and bins with flies for the coming year. The short days and long, cold nights are tailor-made to fly tying; with a c
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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Hatches Magazine Still a Place for Tradition - Hackling Mayflies
by Dave Wiltshire I am a fan of the parachute hackle. Easy to tie, durable, lands correctly and with an effective footprint as well. To be honest, most of my hackled dry flies now sport the parachute. On the small streams I tend to fish in the UK, if t
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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Hatches Magazine Six Thousand Flies
by Russ Forney and Tim Scott How long does it take to tie 6,000 flies? Grab a calculator and run the numbers: tying at a sustained rate of 10 flies per hour for 15 hours a day, you would need 40 days to tie that many flies. If you bumped production to 15 flies an hour, you could s
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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Hatches Magazine Santa at the tying bench
by Russ Forney With the holidays approaching, you might think Santa is too busy for the tying bench. But I would not be surprised if, like many of us, he finds comfort at the vise - dubbing, spinning, and hackling until the wee hours of the morning. And I'll bet Santa knows
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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Hatches Magazine Cinderella Emerger
: Emerger design inspired by a fairy-tale princess Text and photos by Russ Forney Cinderella rocks! I mean that girl has got it going on! The whole magical transformation from hapless, cinder-covered servant to elegant, upwardly mobile princess is timeless inspiration. Fly tiers t
Thu, 30 October 2014, 6:50
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