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How-To Grow Your Fishing Instagram Account

Instagram is a great platform to help you grow your followers, and it has a very active fishing community. It’s unique because it’s a photo-based platform. It gives you a great opportunity to share your photos and videos with other people in the fishing community. Once you start to grow

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Fly Fishing With Your Children

You love fly fishing, but how do you instill the same love for the sport in your kids? Luckily, we’ve pulled together a few quick tips that will help you make the experience all that more fun and memorable below

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Fly Fishing For Carp In 2020

Within the past few years, fly fishing for carp has seen a huge surge in popularity. What was once labeled a worthless and trashy fish is now something anglers of all skill sets chase.

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Fly Fishing For Steelhead in 2020

Steelhead are one of the most notable sportfish around, and anglers admire this species for its beautiful color and shape, the aerobatic and unrelenting fight when you hook it, and the extreme water and weather environments it thrives in.

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Pike Fly Fishing Guide For 2020

Pike fishing is almost guaranteed to offer the fisher a fun time that involves drags screaming, lines peeling, high-impact action, and adrenaline-pumping fun from the moment you get that first big strike.

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Best 30 Fishing Games of 2020

Feeling the cool breeze before sunset as you cast your rod one last time is one of the most bittersweet feelings that a fisherman will ever experience. Likewise, your first bit of the day is one of the most exciting moments ever! Of course, the time between starting and stopping

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10 Easy Ways To Stop Using Plastic

The days of plastic-filled Great Lakes might just be over.  Well the reality of things is that the waters will never be completely plastic-free, however moving forward the amount of plastic in our waters will dramatically decrease. According to the Rochester Institute of Technology, more than 22 million pounds of

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17 Best Fishing Apps To Increase Your Catch Rate

What if I told you the days of Fly Fishing without technology are long over. Sure, you can still fly fish without technology but using modern fishing apps drastically help by finding fishing locations, showing water temperatures and water depths while connecting you with other fly anglers. These apps show

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Fly Fishing In The Wilderness [Animal Attacks]

The probability of wild animal attacks on fly anglers is all too real. At the end of the day, you’re in their territory so no need to be surprised. So how do you stop them? You probably have heard the recent news of the mountain lion attacking the jogger in

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Ultimate Guide to Fly Fishing in Southern Ontario!

With so many bodies of water in Southern Ontario, it can be challenging to find the right place to start. So it’s a safe bet to say that Southern Ontario offers many great fly fishing spots. Exploring new streams will leave any fly angler with a sense of gratitude as

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How To Find Fishing Spots? – 4 Simple Steps!

Out of all the hobbies fly fishing feel the most rewarding.  One of the hardest things i’ve had to do was get out of my comfort zone by looking for different fishing spots. For years, my friends and I have been going to the same place, same time of year

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Man fly fishing in the water during winter.

Winter Trout Fly Fishing [Tips and tricks]!

The simple answer is yes, yes to winter fly fishing! You have to do what others won’t, and in this case, that’s fly fish during the winter months. If your local river is crowded like mine is during the spring and summer months, then you’ll also appreciate the winter months

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