Classic Logo Tee

$25.00

Life on the water.  Troutbitten is about family, friends and the river.

Features the Classic Logo.

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This Troutbitten design is printed on a high-end, Bella & Canvas 3001 tee. A ribbed knit collar retains its shape, side seams lend structural support, and twill taped shoulder seams stabilize the back of the shirt.

  • Runs true to size
  • 100% combed and ring-spun soft cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
  • Fabric weight: 4.2 oz / yard
  • Pre-shrunk and lightweight fabric
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • Side-seamed
  • Strengthens your casting arm
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Streamer Presentations — The Head Flip

I learned to trout fish by drifting live minnows on a spinning rod. My uncle taught me. We used a two inch long needle to thread a small loop of six pound mono into the mouth and out the vent of a fathead minnow. The needle was removed before a double hook went...

Dry Fly Fishing — The Crash Cast

Casting styles change with the water. The same stroke that lays a dry line with perfect s-curves in a soft flat is useless in pocket water. As the river picks up speed, so must our casting. Effective drifts are shorter, so we cast more. Mixed surface currents greedily...

Hell-Hot Sun and the Strawberry Moon

Note: This story was first published to Troutbitten in June, 2016. It is updated and revised here. I’m not a big fan of summer. It’s the heat. Thing is, you can’t really get away from it. If you want to be outside in all seasons (and I do) you have to somehow make...

Fly Fishing in the Winter — The Secondary Nymphing Rig

** NOTE: This is Part Six of a Troutbitten series on fly fishing for trout through the winter months. This will all read a little better if you back up and find Parts One, Two, Three, Four and Five. ** Every winter our rivers go through changes, and the trout follow...

Full Days

Sunup to sundown. There’s nothing as simple and yet so full of variation as a full day on the water. The diversity of situations challenges the will of a fisherman: Exhaustion from the forces of water --  its speed, its numbing cold, the pressure of its depth....

Tending your tags and point flies — A DIY hack for multiple hook keepers

I busted through the last few feet of underbrush and into a wide open space. Now standing on dry rocks, I gazed upon the perfect, rippling flat across from me, just downstream of a prime spillout. In average flows, this river bumps up against a thick tangle of briers...

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