Ten Tips for Catching Wild Trout

Tips for catching wild trout. This is especially useful for the Lackawanna & Delaware river systems.

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Tips for fishing invisible waters

Tips for reading pocket water.

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Selecting scissors for fly tying

What should you look for when choosing fly-tying scissors? Well, that all depends on a number of factors. This article takes an in-depth look at one of the fly tier’s most important tools.

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What You Can Learn from Watching Trout Rises

What You Can Learn from Watching Trout Rises

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Purple Haze – May 2015

This is a popular dry fly pattern for western US waters. It may be just as effective in the eastern US waters. Give it a try and let us know how you do.

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Why Use White Wool Strike Indicators

Why I Use White Wool Strike Indicators.

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Modify your Thing-A-Ma-Bobbers

A technique for improving the Thing-A-Ma-Bobber.

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ARC fly lines

Has anyone heard of these guys and would you care to offer an opinion? They seem to have some pretty nice features.

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Rainbow Sow Bug – April 2015

I don’t think the Lackawanna has a sizable population of sow bugs, but spring creeks in central PA certainly do. Here’s a nice pattern for imitating the critter.

Rainbow Sow Bug Fly Tying Video  – Fly Tying Instructions and Videos.

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Fly-Fishing 101: Free fly fishing lessons at Orvis retail fly fishing schools.

Fly-Fishing 101: Free fly fishing lessons at Orvis retail fly fishing schools.

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