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Ditch Fishing

October 6, 2014

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This spring I was sent a photo of my cousin pictured with a 22 inch brown trout monster. He isn’t much of a fisherman himself so it was quite a fish for him to be hookin’ into. I eagerly asked him where he caught it: “The dry bed behind my house.” he responded. He lives […]

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What is the Hot Log?

March 10, 2014

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Product Review Fishing is great in the winter months. The problem is the frigid temperatures, snow and frozen eyelets you have to endure! I’ve scoured the internet trying to find different products to stay warm or at least comfortable for these kind of fishing days. Recently I stumbled across a solution. This is the perfect, […]

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Meat Eatingest – The Taming of the Shrews!

September 7, 2013

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Fly Fishing With Meat One of my favorite ways to fly fish is to Huck big meat at hungry trout!  Well, I came across this article from Nature Conservancy and found out that there are some meat eating rainbows in Alaska!  And did you hear about the Brown Trout in Silver Creek eating Voles? ( […]

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Are Forage Fish Being De-Populated?

July 17, 2013

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Conservation Savvy I don’t live very close to the ocean nor do I fish it as often as I would like, but this is an interesting video by the PEW foundation. I would be very interested in our readers take on this topic. Thoughts?

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Are Your Fly Fishing Waters in Danger?

September 2, 2011

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Conservation The Fly Fishing Industry is alive and well.  It was evident in New Orleans a few weeks ago.  There is energy, innovation, and excitement about what lies ahead.  However, if we want to keep this industry rocking for the next generations we need to make sure that our politicians hear our voices. Here is […]

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Restoration Revolution on the Logan River.

July 15, 2011

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Fly Fishing Utah We love to see things like this going on in the fly fishing industry, especially close to home where we enjoy fly fishing Utah’s waters!  Restoration projects are challenging, but this one on the Temple Fork of the Logan River seems to be a success initially. Great article from the Herald Journal […]

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Whirled away?

February 22, 2011

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taken from http://helenair.com/ By EVE BYRON Fifteen years ago, words like “crisis” and “devastation” were used to describe the expected impacts whirling disease would have on Montana’s fisheries after it was discovered in rainbow trout in the Madison River in 1994. Officials called whirling disease the “single largest threat to wild, naturally reproducing trout populations […]

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Community Conservation Clean Up in Minnesota

April 15, 2010

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Lake Shetek Minnesota I was looking through the paper this morning and say a picture of thousands of dead fish. The interesting part of the story was how the community bonded together to remove the dead fish, mainly carp, from Lake Shetek in Minnesota. I have always appreciated when community members come together in conservation […]

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Clean & Cast Outing

April 8, 2010

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My good friend Travis Dr Gillespie launched a new site “Utah Fly Fishing Club”.  It has been an idea for years and he finally decided to launch this cool project.  The Utah Fly Fishing Club is a complete fly fishing community dedicated to the conservation, education, and participation of Utah fly fishers.  One of UFFC’s […]

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Yellowstone Plans to Save Native Fish

April 6, 2010

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Yellowstone Fly Fishing Those of you interested in Fly Fishing Yellowstone will be interested in what is going on in the fisheries in Yellowstone National Park. Interesting article from West Yellowstone News Invasive species, disease, and climate changes have all led to a decline in the native fish population of Yellowstone National Park. To help […]

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Call or Email Utah’s Governor Today!!

March 25, 2010

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Lets deliver a punch in the face to the Governor’s office with our calls and emails today. There is one day left to have an impact on your Governor to Veto HB 141. Call his office: 800-705-2464. Email him with the message: Keep Utah rivers and streams available to anglers. The health of many Utah […]

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World famous fisheries need our help

January 18, 2010

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I subscribe to Bud Lillys fly shop updates and this came across my inbox today.  I had no idea this was going on.  Henry’s Fork is one of my favorite places to fish so I want to get involved as much as I can.  Here is the email: Anglers – Harriman State Park and it’s […]

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It is finally over!

March 9, 2009

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If you haven’t seen the news going around about HB 187 then you are out of the loop, IT IS OVER!!!  HB 187 was defeated this morning thanks in large part to all that got involved.  The Fly Fishing Frenzy group among others tried to do what it could by sending emails and spreading the […]

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HOLD THE PRESS!!!!

March 5, 2009

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So I got to the office this morning and started into my morning ritual of checking all the RSS feeds that I subscribe too and saw this  news on a few of them.  Kind of felt like a freaking punch in the face after the excitement from Tuesdays news. Taken from utahwaterguardians.wordpress.com HB 187 is […]

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WE WON!!!

March 4, 2009

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Taken from utahwaterguardians.wordpress.com HOT OFF THE PRESS – HB 187 is defeated!! Breaking news — The House of Representatives voted the Bill down today 34 – 41!!!! The public did the unthinkable, sunk HB 187! A big thanks to everyone who wrote their Representatives, called, lobbied, informed, spoke out, went with out sleep, work, food […]

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Helping save the Madison River

February 12, 2009

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As most of you know the Madison River has a special place in the hearts of the Frenziers. That is one river that with out fail we fish ever year as a group and when I saw this video I was happy to learn that these guys doing something to preserve it. Check out the […]

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Utah waters need help!!

February 3, 2009

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Here at the Fly Fishing Frenzy we try to do what ever we can to preserve waters, rights of fisherman and fly fishing for future generations.  We have decided to take an active role in helping keep Utah stream access public. the following Info taken from Utah Cutthroat’s Blog Public stream access may be in […]

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