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Manly ways of playing with tinsel and pretty feathers – cutthroatsgalore

Posts about Manly ways of playing with tinsel and pretty feathers written by cutthroatsgalore

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Realistic Fishing Lures and Fly Tying

realistic fishing lures, tutorials and photographs of realistic flies

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The Fly Fishing Portal

The Fly Fishing Portal giving fly fishing addicts a place to share their Fly Fishing Adventures. News and tactics about Fly Fishing

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Tenkara Knot Posters - Tenkara USA®: the Best Tenkara Rods, Tenkara Lines and Tenkara Flies

Tenkara blog by Tenkara USA, the best resource to learn tenkara

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Techniques: Tippet Rings for Leaders | Fly Fishing Traditions

I’ve recently started looking into fishing the Truckee River this fall. It’s only a one hour drive from home and an option that I really haven’t taken advantage of. Why? I’ve been concentrating on the Lower Yuba and the Lower Sacramento River. It’s sort of funny, I’ve been working in Truckee for the last 8 years and when I’ve gotten ...

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Robert Panos on Instagram: “...Wally wings emerger...#flyfishingaddict #trout #flytyingporn #flytyingaddict #tyingflies #flyfishingnation #flyfishingjunkie…”

416 Likes, 19 Comments - Robert Panos (@airflowfly_bob) on Instagram: “...Wally wings emerger...#flyfishingaddict #trout #flytyingporn #flytyingaddict #tyingflies…”

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Three Favorite Terrestrial Fly Patterns - RiverKeeper Flies

Here are the three favorite terrestrial fly patterns I wouldn't be without when I'm fishing this summer.

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Fly of the Month Club-Dragon Nymph Fly

Dragon Nymph Fly - Dragon Nymph: Dragonfly nymphs (Order Odonata) are large and substantial growing to almost two inches in length. Prior to hatching, Odonata nymphs swim towards the banks or shore with a distinctive wiggle as they look for vegetation to crawl up on.

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