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Winter Trout Fishing Tips

November 24, 2014
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By Phil Monahan, reposted from MidCurrent.com   Question: Tell me the truth. Is it really worth fly fishing in the winter? I’ve read all the magazine articles and looked at the pictures, but I still don’t […]

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The Keys to Good Stream Etiquette

November 12, 2014
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Reposted from an 10/21/2014 article on Orvis.com by the late fly fishing ambassador Bill Cairns. It used to be that most new fishermen were gradually introduced to the sport of fly fishing by a family […]

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Diverse Winter Fishing Opportunities at Trout Capital & Surrounding Areas

November 10, 2014
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by Ralph Artigliere, Education Director for the Blue Ridge Mountain Chapter; reprinted from the BRM November 2014 Newsletter. This year you might want to broaden your fishing horizons by fishing some new streams right here […]

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Finding a Better Strike Indicator

November 10, 2014
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by Ralph Artigliere, Education Director for the Blue Ridge Mountain Chapter; reprinted from the BRM November 2014 Newsletter. Over the years I have tried a number of different types of strike indicators. The goals of […]

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Safely Fishing During Hunting Season

November 9, 2014
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by Ralph Artigliere, Education Director for the Blue Ridge Mountain Chapter; reprinted from the BRM November 2014 Newsletter  Highlights: Anglers and hunters often share the same woods during their activities this fall and winter. Most […]

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River*ence 2014: Serving Those Who Sacrifice for our Country

November 6, 2014
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by Ralph Artigliere of the Blue Ridge Mountain Chapter; reprinted from the BRM November 2014 Newsletter [dropcaps] T [/dropcaps] wo men stand waist deep in 49 degree water on the Toccoa River, one with a fly rod […]

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Didymo Redux: Keeping Current on Invasive Species

November 1, 2014
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by Ralph Artigliere, Education Director for the Blue Ridge Mountain Chapter; reprinted from the BRM November 2014 Newsletter  Highlights: “Didymo” is a “snotlike” invasive diatom clogging up the world’s rivers Anglers visiting the South Holston […]

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Lake Marvin Survey Work – Report

August 19, 2014
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The Georgia Council is continuing their studies of lake temperatures, dissolved oxygen and lake profiles to establish the ability to provide cold water (bottom impoundment water) releases into trout streams in North Georgia.

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