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Meet the Ross/SA Team - Geoff Samples

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Hello Scientific Anglers and Ross fans! This week we are going to be kicking off a blog series about our team, so you can get to know us better. This week Geoff from our marketing department is going to kick things off. 

Currier's Jungle Provisions

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There’s no more intimidating place on earth to an angler than the jungle. The heat and humidity can be unbearable. The thought of biting insects and the fear of rare viruses scare us to death. But if you prepare for all these nuances, once there you have the chance to catch an incredible game fish in the world’s most unspoiled wilderness.

Rigging for Stillwaters - the Canadian Secret

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I have the privilege of living in the centre of world’s finest rainbow trout fly fishing stillwaters. “How fine” you ask? There are approximately 700 wild or stocked quality/trophy small lakes within an hour drive of my house. That fine.

The "X" Factor

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I love the challenge that winter and early spring bring with spooky trout in low water conditions, as this is when fluorocarbon leader and tippet becomes the key to success on a productive rig. Being a full time guide I am constantly changing leaders and tippet daily to ensure a fresh strong connection that will hold up against actively feeding targets.

Three things to look for when hiring a guide

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As a full time guide, one of the most common question I get during the 200 days on the water is: What are three things to look for when hiring a guide? This is an important topic. A client needs to feel as comfortable as possible to achieve the best performance to make a guide trip successful.  Why? If you hire a guide that is passionate about giving back to the sport and the anglers enjoy it you are with someone that does this as a way of life, not a lifestyle. 

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