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The Spotted Up Cutthroat – Teton River

September 19, 2014

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    Many of you, I am sure, have fished the Teton River, or have definitely thought about it. Why? Because it is awesome, that is why. There is something very interesting about this river. The cutthroat in the canyon section are covered, and I mean covered in these tiny little spots. For those that […]

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Just Bead It

September 12, 2014

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  Most of us hear about using a bead system when fishing in Alaska for salmon or fishing for steelhead but who uses beads as a “go-to rig” when fly fishing for trout? I have fished with glow bugs and have always done well fishing with that type of egg pattern but after talking to […]

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Don’t Mind If I Don’t

August 1, 2014

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When I was a young lad and would visit my grandpa after he returned from his fishing trips and I would ask the age old question: “Did you catch any?” His responses were usually somewhere along the line of: “Do dogs bark?” “Do ducks have a water tight butt?” “Do bears shi….” Ok he never […]

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Fly Fishing Photography and Family Time, when you only have 1 Hour.

April 18, 2014

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I can try to take good pictures all I want, but when Shmeegs (that’s my wife Meegan’s nickname) is behind the lens, the composition, the angles, the colors… BOOM!!!  I am learning though, and plan to expound some of my newly gained knowledge on you poor saps. My wife shoots Nikon, and obviously not everyone […]

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