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Default Fly Fishing for Trout...Understanding the Basics

Sometimes I think we all get caught up in the revolving fly fishing gear upgrade cycle, thinking a new rod is going to improve our casting or fish catching (I'm as guilty as the next guy). Today I read an excellent article posted by the Midgeman on how to improve your fly fishing. If your interested in going to the next level, then I highly recommend that you take the time to read through the text, it is loaded with insightful information. Here is the link, it is the Monday, June 2013 article with the title "Fly Fishing for Trout...Understanding the Basics".
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I bookmarked the site last week. Great read, lots of good info. Thanks !
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That's a very good article, Larry, well-written and well worth reading.

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Lots of good information, great article!
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