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Redington Dually Trout Spey Review

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Trout Spey has become pretty popular over the past few years, and we’ve jumped on the bandwagon and have found it to be very effective and tons of fun! We got into two handed casting from going on steelhead fishing trips, but steelhead water is far enough away that we only got to do it a couple times a year – trout spey is very similar, and with the lighter rods an average big river trout in the 14-18″ range is a hoot. We’ve fished a ton of trout spey rods over the past couple years, and have had a chance...

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Beginning Fly Tying Classes! 11/7 and 11/21

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We’ve had a number of folks asking about beginning fly tying classes lately, so we decided to schedule a couple! You need no experience to attend these classes, and you don’t need to have any tools or materials either. That being said, feel free to bring your own stuff if you have it and want to use it. We will have two sessions next month – November 7th and November 21st. The class will run from 5-7, and you’ll learn how to tie a few basic but useful trout flies, as well as learning techniques that will serve as a great base for...

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Beginning Fly Tying Classes!

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We’ve had a number of people ask about beginning fly tying classes over the past couple weeks, so we finally got around to scheduling a couple. We have two sessions coming up this month – March 14th and March 28th. The classes start at 6pm, and require no experience or tools! Simply show up, and we’ll show you the ropes and get you started in the mystifying world of fly tying. The easiest way to get started in tying is to have someone with experience show you how to tie a few techniques, rather than fumbling around on your own. Once...

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