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Top Posts of 2013, #6: Tuesday Tip: How to Correct 5 Common Casting Mistakes


Written by: Kathleen Moore

[Editor's Note: During this first full week of 2014, we’re counting down the Top 10 Posts of 2013. (Although, since the Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival is almost always the most-read post of each week, we'll disqualify the F5 from this contest.) We’ll repost two of the Top 10 per day, leading up to our announcement of the most-read post, on Friday afternoon. So stay tuned all week to see what resonated most with Orvis Fly Fishing readers last year. Here's #6, which offers some tips from Pete Kutzer that might just have your casting jump immediately to the next level]

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Top Posts of 2013, #7: Tom Rosenbauer’s 7 Top Winter Fly-Fishing Tips


Written by: Phil Monahan

Trout will bite even on snowy, frigid days, if you know what fly patterns to throw.
photo by Paul Schullery

During this first full week of 2014, we’re counting down the Top 10 Posts of 2013. (Although, since the Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival is almost always the most-read post of each week, we’ll disqualify the F5 from this contest.) We’ll repost two of the Top 10 per day, leading up to our announcement of the most-read post, on Friday afternoon. So stay tuned all week to see what resonated most with Orvis Fly Fishing readers last year. Here’s #7, which offers great tips for anyone spending time on. . .

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Pro Tip: Go Big and Small in Fall for Brown Trout


Written by: Phil Monahan

Big browns feed voraciously in preparation for the lean months ahead and will hammer a well-presented streamer.
Photo by Scott Feltrinelli

When leaves start to change color and nights turn chilly,those anglers still on the water are enjoying some of the best brown-trout fishing of the year. Having spent the summer sulking in deep pools and under logs and brush, the biggest browns start to move into shallower, more. . .

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