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Fly Fishing: 4 Interesting Facts You Probably Didn't Know
Fly fishing is an interesting sport. Think you know all there is to know about the activity? Here are 4 interesting facts about fly fishing you didn't know.

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15 Fly Fishing Safety Tips for Families

If you want to take your kids fly fishing, brush up on these safety tips first to ensure a fun and relaxing experience on the water.


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3 Types Of Fly Fishing Zingers - Benefits And How To Use Them
Zingers are a convenient piece of gear for fishermen. They are essentially retractable lanyards that eliminate the need to search for critical tools like nippers every time you need to use them. This can save you time, energy, and frustration on the water.  Check out the different types of zingers here.

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7 Easy Steps to Set Up a Fly Rod
Fly fishing may seem like an intimidating sport to get into, but with a bit of knowledge and the right equipment, you'll be on your way to landing trout and other fish with this in no time. 

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Find the Best Size and Weight Fly Rod - Trout to Tarpon
There are many different opinions on the best fly rod size and weight for fly fishing for trout and other species. Some anglers prefer a light and ...

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5 Ways to Pick the Best Color Lenses for Fly Fishing
Depending on the conditions you are fishing in, the color of sunglasses you are fly fishing in should vary. Here, we'll look at the ideal color of lenses that should be worn on specific fly fishing conditions.

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9 Guide Gear Essentials For Salt Water Fly Fishing
Saltwater fly fishing is a challenging and exciting sport that anglers of all experience levels can enjoy. To get started in saltwater fly fishing, you will need some basic equipment to get you started.

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How to Choose the Best Waders for Your Fly Fishing Adventure
Waders may seem like an extravagant purchase when plenty of anglers fish without them, but the benefits of waders far outweigh the price tag. It gives you better access and vantage point, but it makes it less likely that your cast will be obstructed by the trees and brush you encounter on the shore. 

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31 Pros and Cons of Fly Fishing Packs - Setup to Use

Packs for fly fishing come in all shapes and sizes, from minimalist waist packs to full-blown backpacks. Which one you choose depends on the kind of fishing you do, how much gear you need to bring, and your own personal preferences. Check out our 31 Advantages and Disadvantages of Fly Fishing Backpacks, Hip Packs, and Chest Packs.


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How to Pick the Best Sunglasses for Trout Fishing
If you are looking for some great sunglasses to try while fishing for trout, then there are a few things to consider. First off, consider the environment that you will be fishing in. Where are you fishing? How bright is it where you are going? Do you want polarized lenses or not?

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Fly Fishing Salmon: Tips To Determine the Best Fly for Your Needs
Learning a new style of fishing can seem overwhelming with the abundant options that are out there. This is why it is important to prepare for your upcoming outing by understanding the conditions and your preferences before making your rig selection.

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Do I Need a Net for Fly Fishing?
A net is handy for landing fish, but it's not absolutely necessary. If you're fishing in a small stream or pond, you may be able to simply grab the fish and pull it out of the water. If you're fishing in a larger body of water, a net will come in handy for landing bigger fish.

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