Fly Fishing Video

Fly Fishing From The Ground Up – Part 2 – Waders

Welcome to the second part of our series designed to help you get ready for this upcoming fly fishing season; today we are going to discuss waders. For our part today I am going to discuss stockingfoot waders and not boot waders. You may own and do well with boot waders but I personally am […]

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Fly Fishing From The Ground Up – Part 1 – Wading Boots

This is the first in our series entitled “Fly Fishing From The Ground Up”. In this video we will discuss the bottom, your feet and how important a good…and the correct pair of wading boots actually are. So take a look at the video along with this narrative and prepare yourself for a great fly-fishing […]

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Fly Fishing From The Ground Up – Video Series

If you have read many or even any of my articles you know that fly fishing is a passion of mine. I am only passionate about a few things in life; time was when all I thought about was pheasant hunting but as each year comes and goes I have found that it is a long […]

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The Making of a Fly Fisherman

Many of you may know my oldest, Harrison, he was a pretty good golfer here at Edgewood and is currently golfing at Lewis University in Chicago; he also turned 21 this past December 18th, you may have read my column a couple weeks back about fishing with the boys? That weekend was special for both […]

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Video – Landing A Rainbow Trout

The video you are about to watch is of my son, Harrison, who just turned 21. He is landing his first big trout, a hen that was a little over 20 inches. So…as you watch the video…consider the following tips to help put your trophy in the net. * Don’t panic…the worst and first thing […]

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Video – Fly Fishing Tip – Active vs Passive Patterns

The video you are going to watch is short piece filmed Saturday, December 17th while fishing at Bennet Spring in Missouri. The fishing on this day was very good and the fish were on this day…in a very active pattern. Trout are fickle creatures and their eating patterns have been the subject of many discussions […]

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