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The 1-2 punch for steamer fishing trout standard

In boxing, the “one-two punch” is a nickname for a jab and cross combo designed to fake out your opponent and land a solid shot in the kisser. In streamer fishing, a somewhat similar approach can be effective. Now, I’m not talking about chucking tandem streamers. That works and is a great technique that will certainly work within this system. This 1-2 punch involves two anglers, working together, in a systematic approach to catch big, meat-eating trout from any stream they reside in. Here’s how it works… The lead angler is positioned in the front of the boat, or if wading, works down the run first. He or she throws a standard streamer rig, swinging runs and pounding banks and ...

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Defining Small Streams and Creeks standard

(excerpted from the Flyfisher’s Guide to™ New Mexico by Van Beacham) – In defining a small stream or creek in New Mexico you must first put into perspective the difference in water size here compared to waters in Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, and Utah. To explain, I’ll tell you a fish story about a fellow guide I know named Rick from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He came to New Mexico to ski Taos and check out the winter fishing I’d been telling him about. I took him to the Red River, at its confluence with the Rio Grande, the first day. After walking almost a mile and a half down the Gorge to the confluence he looked at the two rivers ...

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