Pro Tip: How to Carry Two Rigged Rods on the Water

Written by: Travis Young


By sliding the butt section of the second rod through the sling-pack strap, Travis can cover water more quickly.
Photo courtesy Travis Young

I've been carrying two fully rigged rods with me while I fish—a nymphing set up and a streamer setup. Which rods I carry depends on the time of year, of course. Now the trick I've found is. . .

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5 Questions with the Provo Brothers: Bridging the Worlds of Snow Sports and Fly Fishing

Ian and Neil Provo plan their next expedition into the backcountry. Photo by Sean Kerrick Sullivan
In late 2012, Ian and Neil Provo released their film “Steelhead & Spines,” about an amazing trip to Southeast Alaska to do some backcountry fly-fishing for steelhead and find the perfect. . .

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Photo of the Day: Magic Marble


Caught from a stream only about fifteen feet across, this marble took a gray nymph tied on a jig hook.
Photo by Sandy Hays
When I was in Slovenia in June 2104, we fished a small mountain stream that is a tributary of the Idrijca River. The marble trout from this stream looked markedly different from those we. . .

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