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Tippets: Techniques for Getting Unsnagged, Identifying Holding Water for Trout

Getting your fly snagged can be one of the most frustrating parts of fishing, and it happens to even the most experienced anglers. In this article, Joe Mahler outlines ten techniques for getting unsnagged, via Fly Fisherman. For beginning anglers, … more ?
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