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How to Fly Fish: Roll and Switch Casts with a Two-Handed Rod

Welcome to another installment of “Ask an Orvis Fly-Fishing Instructor,” with me, Peter Kutzer. In this episode, I demonstrate how to make three kinds of casts with a two-handed rod. Starting with a simple, static roll cast, we increase the amount of motion, moving to a dynamic roll cast, and then to the more advanced […]

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Cutthroat Trout on Fly Rod

Native Montana Cutthroat Trout taken on a Fly Rod Tweet This Post

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Saltwater Fly Fishing Rod – Orvis, Helios Fly Rod

More Helios Info – www.orvis.com – A video that helps to explain the features of the Orvis Helios Fly Rod. Tweet This Post

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Fly Rod: Fresh & Saltwater Hydros Fly Rod – Orvis

Fly-fishing with the new Orvis Hydros fly rod which uses the same graphite and scrim technology as the award winning Helios fly rod series at a cost that is much less than competitor’s premium fly rods. Hydros fly rods use the same graphite and scrim technologies as our … (read more) www.orvis.com Tweet This Post

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Fly Fishing Reel – Orvis Battenkill Large Arbor

More Fly Reel Info – www.orvis.com A video that explains some of the features of this large arbor fly reel shows some examples of product being used in various fly fishing environments. Tweet This Post

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Fly fishing at the word-famous Brigadoon Lodge

World renowned for 30-plus-inch stream bred trout, Brigadoon Lodge is widely considered to be the most exclusive and beautiful private water on the east coast. The property encompasses an enormous bend in the Soque river and is completely surrounded by the Chattahochee National Forest., thus insuring the ultimate habitat and privacy. The Lodge is perched […]

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How to Fly Fish: The Parachute and Pile Casts

Welcome to another installment of “Ask an Orvis Fly-Fishing Instructor,” with Peter Kutzer. In this episode, Peter explains the differences between the parachute cast and the pile cast, both of which are slack-line casts that can be useful when you’re fishing across conflicting currents or to a fish downstream. To make a parachute cast, you […]

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Landing a Huge NC Rainbow-11-19-2011-Jeff Wilkins Fly Fishing

My fishing friend Brad Ball playing a gigantic NC rainbow….he landed the fish it was 24.5″…check out more at www.appflyguide.com Tweet This Post

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False Albacore (Albies) Fly Fishing, Montauk, New York

Fly fishing for albies (false albacore) in Montauk, NY. One of the few days in the Fall 2011 when the weather was warm, sunny and no wind with great albie action. Tweet This Post

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Fly Fishing for Brown Trout – River Derwent

Watch in HD. A quick fishing session in the upper river Derwent about 1 mile below the Derwent Reservoir. At the end of the season, the fish have seen every fly and lure, the water is low (and clear) and they are very educated. That makes catching them so much more difficult. Any moron can […]

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