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Matching the Hatch

Matching the hatch

Philosophy and methodology in the sport of fly fishing
Matching the hatch has been a major part of fly fishing for a very long time. The phrase became popular in North America when Earnest Schweibert published his book with the same name in 1955. If you want to learn how to catch fish on a fly, you need to learn what they are eating.

Quigley's Sparkle Flag, PMD

Quigley's Sparkle Flag, PMD

These small light colored mayflies were designed for the angler who would rather sleep late. Pale Morning Duns (PMDs) usually hatch mid to late morning. But during some magic days, hatches can continue into the late afternoon.

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Quarrow Head Lamp

Quarrow Head Lamp

Nobody likes getting caught in the dark; these headlamps are designed with the angler in mind. Just point your head in the direction you need to illuminate and voila!

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The Fly Fishing Shop folding Wading Staff

The Fly Fishing Shop Folding Wading Staff

Safety in the water should be a main priority and this wading staff is made just for that reason. Plus, we like easy, and this staff is easy to use and put away. At only $39, this is a great option!

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Trout Spey School

Trout Spey School

When you are ready to take your trout fishing to the next level, join one of Mark Bachmann's Trout Spey Schools and he will take you there. Mark has been instructing students in the sport of fly fishing for four decades and the success continues with you.

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