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The New Sound of Instruction

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By: Matt Heron

http://mattheronflyfishing.com/

It’s a common thought that there are three ways in which people learn; visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Meaning some people will learn to cast by seeing the instructor cast, listening to how a fly cast is explained, or actually feeling a rod and making the cast themselves. For most people it’s a combination of all three.

Oio on the fly

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I just returned from some of the most thrilling, intense, and addictive fishing that I have ever done.  The excitement was not caused by the number of fish caught or the crazy amount of action we en counted, but from the potential and level of difficulty that our target species presented. Oio on the fly.

WF vs DT Debate

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Every few years, there seems to be a debate on WF lines vs DT lines.  This age old debate is more fueled by false assumptions than true facts.  Of course, if you like DT lines, continue to buy DT lines. If you like WF lines, continue to buy WF lines.  Stick with what works!

Winter Baetis by Landon Mayer

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Known for hatching in the spring and fall, Baetis (Blue Winged Olives) are a pleasant surprise that can warm up the winter bite. My home state of Colorado is known for year round angling in addition to 300 days of sun that can produce 60 degree temps in the dead of winter. This is enough to cause mayflies to set sail and offer the welcoming sight of trout sipping sailboats. Having both Midges and Baetis will increase the total number of adults on the surface enticing larger trout to rise.

Scientific Anglers Spey Guidelines

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Keep it simple…Easier said than done when it comes to finding the correct line for a two-handed rods. However, finding the perfect line for your two-handed rod is easier than you may think.

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