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Tenkara fishing is an ancient Japanese form of fly fishing that doesn't utilize a reel. It uses a long rod (typically telescoping) and just the line and fly to catch fish. Find out why its popularity is booming in the U.S.

Fall in the Northeast part of the country brings out a whole different kind of fly fishing. It's salty, and the fish are typically bigger than a trout! Find out what they're catching now.

Time for spring fishing already? It is if you live Down Under, mate! Find out how Aussies fish for salmon in this unique report.

Alaska is such a harsh environment for hunters and fishers that almost any outing becomes an adventure safari. Follow along on the recent Wounder Warriors Project through this amazing landscape.

Warmer water this summer from El Niño is going to this year's fishing dramatically. But that's just the beginning.

Captain Lucas guides fly fishing excursions all around the world; sit back and take in his tales of angling across the globe.

Learn how to correct a common fly-casting fault.

Want to learn from the best of the best? Here's your chance to observe, up close, how fly-fishing experts prepare and execute their craft.

Discover why knowing and extending your confidence range will help you catch more fish.

How do you know how much weight to use when you’re nymphing? The experts weigh in.