DNR Teaches Fly Fishing – By And For Women
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Fishing season is in full swing in Minnesota. You might have tried casting a line from a boat or a dock, but what about from waist-deep water? Fly fishing can be fun for everyone, but a DNR program is showing women in particular ...
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We can hear the fish singing, "let's all have a tasty drake and have a lot of fun..." Soon, very soon...
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Special Events for Kids During Kentucky's Free Fishing Weekend
The events are a celebration of Kentucky's free fishing weekend on June 7-8. Every year during the first full weekend of June, anglers do not need a fishing license or even a trout permit. Normally, people over the age of 15 must have a license to fish ...
The joys of flyfishing
The Alexander City Outlook
There's something about water and casting a fly rod and the potential for a big bass to explode under – or over – a big yellow cork popping bug that makes me forget about everything else. This is the best time of year to flyfish for bass. Last Sunday ...
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Sipapu resumes free fly fishing clinics
“Over the years I have have developed a unique technique that makes learning to fly cast fast, fun and easy,” Beacham said. “Students will learn how to read water, make fly selections, use the right casting techniques and to fly fish small streams like ...
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This is why we travel 4,000 miles - Not just the Red-Side Rainbow, but people like Elke Littleleaf at Littleleaf Guides. We are blessed to meet some of the greatest people that God put on this earth.
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