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Fifty Fly Fishing Tips: #23 — Don’t be a hero — Get closer

On rare days, we find good fishing with very little work, and trout come to hand easily. Most days, it’s a challenge out there, and we have to think about what’s going wrong or what we might do better. What can we change or adjust? In tough times, we can give up and walk home, or we can observe and ask questions. One of the best questions to ask is . . .  Am I as close as I can be? . . .

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...

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...

Does a seasoned trout angler really need to hire a guide?

This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. I’ll be the first to admit that I still have a lot to learn when it comes to fly fishing.  Saying I’m a seasoned angler may be a bit of a stretch, but I do spend a couple days a week on the water year round fishing my...
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...

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...

Does a seasoned trout angler really need to hire a guide?

Does a seasoned trout angler really need to hire a guide?

This post is from contributing author, Pat Burke. I’ll be the first to admit that I still have a lot to learn when it comes to fly fishing.  Saying I’m a seasoned angler may be a bit of a stretch, but I do spend a couple days a week on the water year round fishing my...

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