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Five U.S. Tailwaters to Fly Fish in the Winter Months

Troy Thomas

One of the reasons I love fly fishing is as it’s a year round undertaking. Even throughout the coldest months of the year you can discover actively feeding fish, and also you don’t have to race to the water hours earlier than dawn for the fine action. Still, too many anglers put up their waders and stash their rods when wintry weather arrives.

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Just Like Water: The Case for Bad Beer

Troy Thomas

One of my most beloved angling traditions is the lunchtime beer. The midpoint of a float trip is largely an excuse to open a can of Miller Lite. If the morning has been a good one, then it’s a well-earned celebration. If the fishing has been off, then it’s a commiseration with your own bad luck–and just as well-deserved.

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Late Season Means Bigger Fish in Smaller Water

Troy Thomas

Last year featured our first extended fly fishing seasons in Wisconsin. Early trout fly fishing season here opens on the first Saturday of January, and you can now fish through to the 15th of October. For many years, our season typically ended September 30th, but state fisheries biologists determined that our spawning trout would not be adversely effected by adding 15 days to season.

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When Fly Fishing in Saltwater, if Your Fly Isn’t Moving, You’re not Fishing

Troy Thomas

For a fish to see your fly as food, it must have the right action, but there are factors at work that the angler may not perceive. Have you ever wondered why many saltwater fly lines are so brightly colored? It’s not a fashion statement, it’s a tool and often the key to catching fish.

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