Episode 226: Top 10 Fly Fishing Lessons of the Year

Every day on the river is the chance to grow in your understanding of how to fish. Every item of gear that you purchase gives you some information about what to buy (or not buy) the next time around. In this end-of-the-year episode, we offer up our top 10 fly fishing lessons from a year of fishing. One is the importance of where to cast your streamer when fishing smaller creeks.

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What did you learn in the last 12 months fishing? What are your top 10 fly fishing lessons? We’d love to steal an idea or two for the new year!

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One Reply to “Episode 226: Top 10 Fly Fishing Lessons of the Year”

  1. Greetings from Denver!

    I borrowed an idea from quarterbacks and baseball players who have plays and mini scouting reports on their wrist or tucked inside their caps. I check the Fishcast report each week and put a sticky note in my cap
    detailing recommended flies for the river I’m fishing.

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