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More About Streamer Fishing; Part 1

Posted 01-05-2014 at 10:56 PM by Hardyreels

Since some of our members have expressed interest in both streamer fishing and perhaps hearing more of what I have to say about my own experiences I looked up another piece that may be helpful. The following was written a few years ago and is about fishing streamers on some of Pennsylvania's spring and freestone creeks.

Although you can do a lot of searching with a streamer fly and sometimes even find a willing fish; it pays to have a plan when using these big wet flies.
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More About Streamer Fishing; Part 2

Posted 01-05-2014 at 10:55 PM by Hardyreels

This relates back to the time spent studying how your fly reacts to your line manipulations. Having this kind of knowledge is really important if you want to catch fish because you know how. We all catch fish by accident sometimes regardless of what we know. What I am telling you is simple and it is true. After you have finished reading this you will know that it made sense. Nothing looks more like food to a brown trout than a well tied feather wing streamer when properly handled. The practice exercise...
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It's About Time & Eagles & Cold Nights;

Posted 12-31-2013 at 03:04 PM by Hardyreels
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I have received some messages from a member who was so moved by the videos in my last entry that he had to contact me and share his thoughts.

This entry is just a little more in an effort to explain how my life has been, what made me who I am and the kind of experiences that guided my path and always will.

In the late 1977 I discovered the music, the music and the words that would become the sound track for the next 12 years of my life. Prior to 77' I was entertained...
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Winter fishing in CO

Posted 12-10-2013 at 06:14 PM by gretch6364

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Absolutely. Love the Rado in Winter! The fork gets kinda skinny but depends on your boat.
I just bought a 13' raft with a rowing frame and trying to figure out when and where I can do her maden voyage.
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How To Dress for Winter Trout Fishing

Posted 11-26-2013 at 11:28 AM by mbchilton

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For the hardcore angler, there is no such thing as “fishing season” because we never stop as long as there is open water. Winter trout fishing can be great fun, but you need to dress properly. It’s easy to do. Here are a few tips to keep you fishing through the cold months.

1. Layer

By dressing in layers you can keep your core body temperature warm. As the temperature...
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