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Spey Fishing – Feel Your Fly Swing

To the uninitiated, swinging flies effectively for anadromous fish might not appear overly complex – Cast across the river with a slightly downstream angle, make a mend, and let your fly swing on through until you feel the take. Sounds simple enough, right? While we’re really lucky to fish runs at Alaska West that tend […]
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