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How to Deal with Wind While Spey Casting

How to Deal with Wind While Spey Casting

Wind is often unavoidable.

Wind from any direction is rarely an ally when fly casting. We would all rather do without it. Some arenas are notorious for wind. Big lakes and oceans of all depths are nearly always windy during the afternoons. Large desert steelhead rivers such as the Deschutes and Snake are famous for wind...

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Sumo Rod Carriers

Sumo Rod Carriers

These rod carriers make it so easy to hit the river running...

 

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Pocket Guide to Western Hatches

Pocket Guide to Western Hatches

This handy overview of the most important Western hatches highlights common trout foods including mayflies, stoneflies, caddisflies, midges, and terrestrials. Color photos of each insect are accompanied by lists of key identifying features...

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