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Spotting Fish

By Jason Borger

Spotting fish--the next Olympic Sport?

Shot -- Near or Far?

By Jason Borger

Split Shot are vital parts of a nymph-fisher's equipment repertoire. However, placement is often an enigma for many anglers.

Setting a Drag: A Primer

By Jason Borger

An angler's three golden rules to remember when using a drag system.

Remember the Basics and Trust Your Senses

By Deanna Lee Birkholm

No matter how good you are at fly casting, there are days when things just don't seem to work. Go back to the basics.

Nymphing

By Elena Moon

Nine simple steps to get you nymph fishing.

Here's How to Get a Good Start in Fly Fishing

By Deanna Lee Birkholm

Fly fishing demands physical skill, strength, and timing. Getting instruction will save you years of frustration.

Getting a 'Mend Mind-Set'

By Jason Borger

Mending line -- the re-positioning of line after a cast has been made -- is one of fly fishing's most commonly used skills.

Controlling False Casting

By Jason Borger. Photos by Gary A. Borger

Don't scare the fish away. If you need to false cast, make the bare minimum number of casts to get the job done.

Tailing Loops

By Elena Moon

A "wind knot" is just a euphemism for, as we say in the computer biz, user error.

Success on the Stream

By Jeff Mayers

Trout Unlimited's Catch and Release Education Program

Showers of Diamonds

By Jeff Rennicke

Explore the universal allure of falling water with outdoor writer Jeff Rennicke.

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