Pic of the Day

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Editor’s Note:  Another sweet brown from Shane’s trip to the Missouri a few weeks ago.  Yep, I’m jealous. – Jake

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It’s tax day, and it’s Tuesday.  Both of which are just a little depressing.  So here’s a fishing picture to cheer you up.

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Sometimes your neighbors on the jetty are just as interesting as the fish. Port Aransas, Texas. Images by Fire Girl Jess.

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While I have never really recovered from dropping my DSLR in the Snake River, occasionally my phone takes a good photo. Here is my first dry fly fish of the year from a few weeks back. The fish were eating midges, but this guy ate the BWO cripple I was using as a strike indicator […]

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On the banks of the Madison in Yellowstone.

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April showers may bring May flowers, but July rains in Yellowstone bring smiles and earlier evening hatches.

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A few weeks ago we got some new kayaks in at the shop, and I was fortunate enough to be one of the first ones to try them out.  The fishing sucked, but man it felt good to be on the water.  It’s not quite the same as being on a rolling, moving trout river […]

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For all you guys out who made it out fishing this weekend, and for all those who want to be there now… Photo by Jake McGlothlin  

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2013 In Review | Tosh Brown Photography from Tosh Brown Photography on Vimeo.

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As one of the first big winter storms blankets Montana with snow, the realization that winter is really and truly here is beginning to set in.  Even out here in the PNW it’s unseasonably cold.  What does winter mean besides four months of cabin fever?  Fly tying.  Time to break out the vise and fill […]

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I’ll argue to the death that the prettiest light on the planet comes when you are on the river.  

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Sure, you could get a stick or use your finger and dig out all the mud and crap from the soles of your wading shoes, but where’s the fun in that?  

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 This one goes out to everyone who wishes they were out doing this instead of whatever the hell else you’re doing today.

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Been some cool enough mornings of late to remind river-minded folks that winter is knocking on the door. River ice in the right light makes for a worthy subject after a few hours slinging nymphs at sluggish trout.

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