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A Quest Like None Other...

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A Quest Like None Other...

Ever had an idea just continue to fester in your head until you just had to do something about it? That’s the spot Terry found herself in one day. And she decided to do something. See what in this week’s Monday Musing.

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Atlantic Chrome...

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Atlantic Chrome...

We’re breathing life back into this project and sharing with you a long awaited “Sunday Short.” This week you’ll need to pack your bags and travel South, way South. Grab the double handed rod and swing some flies for some monster steelhead.

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Guest Appearance!

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Guest Appearance!

Last Tuesday night I received a new nickname while visiting my good friend Aust. Read more to find out about that. I went to visit and more importantly talk fishing on Aust's podcast "Homesteady." Aust, James and I all talk fishing and how to actually catch fish. You might even learn something. 

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Deep, Deep in a Lost Valley...

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Deep, Deep in a Lost Valley...

From the moment we clicked play on this video we knew it was going to be this week's Sunday Short. It is a stunningly beautiful short film you just have to watch. Words really do escape us on this one.

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Living Rivers

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Living Rivers

What makes you want to preserve your home waters? What makes it so special? This week's Sunday Short will have you analyzing those very questions and your own answers.

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Go Fishing

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Go Fishing

Here is a little something to put a smile on your face this Monday and do a little good. There is nothing like sharing your passion for the water with your children. Watch this video and share the joy.

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Cruise Missiles

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Cruise Missiles

Cruising like misisles through the water only to explode on their prey. These words aptly describe the apex predator known as the pike. This week's Sunday Short explores chasing these fish on the fly.

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March Madness...

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March Madness...

We goofed! We missed posting our Sunday Short yesterday. Well let's blame March Madness. Here is something to get you passed the Monday/workweek blues. Sit back, laugh a lot and enjoy!

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I Fish Because...

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I Fish Because...

This week's Sunday Short comes via a suggestion of one our friends Jim. We think you'll really enjoy this adaptation of the 1964 essay, Testament of a Fisherman, by John Voelker. Why is it that you fish?

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Sunday Shorts: Take 2

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Sunday Shorts: Take 2

Crazy, but another week has flown by. We decided to change the name of this feature, but the premise is the same. We've got another cool video for you to watch and be inspired by, so sit back and enjoy the Sunday Short!

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Fins N Grins...

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Fins N Grins...

Do you have a fishing buddy that you have a bunch of adventures in common? Sometimes even unbelievable adventures? Then you're just like Charles Cantella. He recounts some of his adventures in Fins N Grins, a collection of his stories.

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Making Memories

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Making Memories

One of the greatest memories I have of being on the water will always be a trip to the backwoods of Maine with my father. One thing hasn't changed; being on the water with my father, the man who taught me to fly fish and much more, is the time I cherish the most. Great memories are made each time, whether it is one of dancing around in the river, nearly going down, sharing good laughs, flies and insights or even getting skunked.

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Contest! Free Giveaway!

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Contest! Free Giveaway!

We here at On the Fly wanted to celebrate our first guest interview being recorded and thank you all for your support thus far! We have an awesome grand prize: one Tacky Fly Fishing Day Pack fly box and some runner up prizes (two On the Fly stickers, one for you and one to share). 

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Just One More...

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Just One More...

My good friend and his family learned a hard lesson this past year. Sadly their dog got into some poison they forgot was on the farm. While it was a sad time, the story doesn't end there. 

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