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The 8wt Fly Reel Is The Most Heavily Abused. Here's Why...

The 8wt Fly Reel Is The Most Heavily Abused. Here's Why...
We expect a lot from our fly reels. We want them to be durable, provide smooth drag (no matter what the conditions), and to look good all while doing so. The pursuit within fly fishing puts us in locations, environments, and weather situations which demand a lot from our gear.

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9wt Fly Rod Royale - The Best Fly Rod For Striped Bass

9wt Fly Rod Royale - The Best Fly Rod For Striped Bass

Words + Photos By: Josh Thelin If you keep up with our blog, you might have seen the article "8wt or 9wt For Striped Bass?" which covers why I believe the the 9wt fly rod is really the most utilitarian saltwater rod for "New England saltwater fly fishing." In this article,...

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Gear Review: TFO Axiom II-X Fly Rod - Tested In Northern Maine

Gear Review: TFO Axiom II-X Fly Rod - Tested In Northern Maine

Words + Photos: Josh Thelin I recently brought the newest offering from TFO fly rods out with me on a trout & landlocked salmon trip to northern Maine. I consider this area my home waters so it's always good to bring gear into a setting I know well. The scoop...

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New England Fly Fishing In March?

New England Fly Fishing In March?

Here in New England that really just means one thing: Preparation.  Preparation for April 1st – opening day! Winter has been long up here and it has taken a toll on more than just fly fisherman’s psyche. I spend March getting ready mentally to return to my favorite areas and watersheds and...

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6 Places To Fish For Trout + Salmon In Maine After Season's End

6 Places To Fish For Trout + Salmon In Maine After Season's End

Here we are! It's October and a lot of trout fisherman are now getting ready for winter's frosty grip and to begin organizing their fly tying area. Many of our beloved trout and landlocked salmon waters have closed as of September 30th...Well, hold the phone! There are some great areas...

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