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1st Annual Vermont Fly Fishing ShowDate: September 11th, 12th 13thLocation: The Fly Rod Shop, Stowe, VTCost:  Friday night clinics, Saturday clinics and events Free!                                                                                         ...
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 Fly Tying Presenters Bill Newcomb- The Reel Cowboy     Bill resides in Columbia county New York.  He started tying as a kid, and has been tying nearly fifty years.  He is a featured fly tier at the Fly Fishing Show circuit.  He ties flies that catch fish ...
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streamers
This week at Thursday Night Dubbers Im continuing with the articulated steamer theme.  Who's coming this week, and what are you working on? ...
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The modern fly tyer has tons of different tools, materials and just about everything else. As the world of fly tying is always advancing it's key to try to keep up with the times. Now sure, UV finish have been around for a while but they are always being re-designed and developed to achieve differen ...
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Hey who is coming Thursday night for the Dubbers? group tying session 5:30-7:30. Let us know. ...
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With so many vises out on the market choosing the right one is always a challenge. We've often run into customers looking to pick up a rotary vise but have no idea which one to get. In the past year however, we've started to notice a trend. Regal vises have become the "go to" vise in our shop, with ...
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Late July offers us an opportunity to cast some large goofy-looking, foam bodied, rubber legged creations from the tying bench.  Hopper patterns and Chernobyl ants are a couple of my favorites during the late July-August period.  I prefer these patterns in larger sizes and a variety of colors.  T ...
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Here come the terrestrials!  It's that time of year again that the non aquatic insects and other random earth bound critters become an important staple in a fishes diet.  For the next several weeks you may notice a greater presence of grasshoppers, ants and beetles.  Though these insects do not h ...
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With all of this high water around we haven't had many dry fly or nymphing opportunities presented to us. This is when fish streamers is going to be your best bet. Big black, olive and white rabbit strip leeches are a favorite of many anglers. These being fished close to the shore on rivers in high ...
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One of the most rewarding aspects of fly fishing for me is tricking a fish into eating something that you have designed to imitate one of its natural food sources.  Whether its a size 16 Psycho Prince Nymph for Trout or a foot long Pike fly full of bucktail, getting a good eat on something you have ...
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