Relocation as a Productive Fishing Strategy

Relocation as a Productive Fishing Strategy

** This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. ** Twenty minutes after I posted the Take Five article, last week, I received this message from my friend, Pat Burke: “Just so you know, I strongly disagree with your post today.” He followed that with a smiley...
Deja Vu- What You Can Learn From Taking A Photo

Deja Vu- What You Can Learn From Taking A Photo

** This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. ** With the advances in camera equipment and the rise of social media as a way of sharing photos, photography is becoming a larger part of the fly fishing experience.  It is a simple way to convey your experiences...
Chillin’ With Montana Matt

Chillin’ With Montana Matt

This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. Back in August I was moping around the house for weeks straight belly aching about how much I missed Grobe. I made a point to bring it up at least a couple times a week to my wife. My whole surreptitious plan was to...
Fishing With The Dorsey Yarn Indicator

Fishing With The Dorsey Yarn Indicator

This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. Over the years I made a sharp transition from spending all of my time nymphing with indicators to only tightlining.  As with most people who begin to euro nymph, I quickly saw my catch rate go up significantly.  It...
A Couple Days On The Water With My Oldest

A Couple Days On The Water With My Oldest

This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. From the time my oldest son Logan was born, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the days when I’d take him out to float a local river.  Over the last year I’ve witnessed him make great strides in his coordination.   He is no...
Old Glory

Old Glory

This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. It had been a while since Dom and I fished together.  Contrasting work schedules, running around with the kids, and family obligations make it difficult to find enough overlap time needed to make a trip worthwhile. ...
The Early Morning Streamer Bite

The Early Morning Streamer Bite

As the long days of summer begin to roll in, one of my favorite times to fish is at first light. When I refer to first light, I really mean that it should still be dark when you are walking to the stream and rigging up.  If you are not in position to start fishing...

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