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The winds of change | Hatch Magazine

The winds of change | Hatch Magazine

Last week was wild. The wind screamed down from the mountains with gusts pushing 50 miles per hour and the massive spruce tree less than ten feet from our back door bent first with grace, and then, as...
Fly fishing's lost heart | Hatch Magazine

Fly fishing’s lost heart | Hatch Magazine

A few weeks back, a friend sent me an article from Angling Trade magazine, entitled "An Influencer Rows Through It." The piece discussed the general phenomenon of the influencer in the modern business of fly fishing and, specifically,...
The seven deadly sins of fly fishing | Hatch Magazine

The seven deadly sins of fly fishing | Hatch Magazine

Let’s say you hope to become a better fly fisher. You want to improve your skills, and catch more trout, and have more fun. And let’s say you have a chance to ask some of the world’s most...
Review: Scott Centric fly rod | Hatch Magazine

Review: Scott Centric fly rod | Hatch Magazine

We let our verdict on Scott’s new Centric slip by including it in the February 2021 installment of our regular “Gear We Love Right Now” feature, noting that the Centric had been a do-it-all performer since it showed up...
blue winged olive flies

Tips for Fishing a Blue-Wing Hatch

George Daniel has some great tips on fishing blue-winged olive hatches in his latest story over in Hatch Magazine. Speaking from personal experience, the BWO hatch was the hardest for me to crack when I started fly fishing. It’s so frustrating...
Could mining impact the Okefenokee? | Hatch Magazine

Could mining impact the Okefenokee? | Hatch Magazine

A century ago, the Hebard Cypress company razed what was then considered a nuisance swamp in southeast Georgia of its pond cypress. Some 400 million feet of timber was removed in total, and all this after a canal was...
Getting your fly gear organized and ready for a new year on the water | Hatch Magazine

Getting your fly gear organized and ready for a new year on the water...

Every winter I look forward to prepping for the upcoming fly fishing season. I like to set the stage for a successful season with gear maintenance and preparation. For me, organization is the key to an enjoyable time on...
The color of March | Hatch Magazine

The color of March | Hatch Magazine

Though drab grays and browns of winter still cling to the land, shamrock, Kelly, and emerald are the colors everyone thinks of when they think of March. Even where leaf-out is still weeks away, there’s a longing for...
Protecting the Vjosa, Europe's last wild river | Hatch Magazine

Protecting the Vjosa, Europe’s last wild river | Hatch Magazine

The Vjosa River is the last of its kind. The river and its tributaries flow uninterrupted from their headwaters in the mountains of Greece to Albania where the Vjosa empties into the Adriatic Sea. It is the only major...
Backyard fire: The best fire pits, hardwood grills, and outdoor ovens for 2021 | Hatch Magazine

Backyard fire: The best fire pits, hardwood grills, and outdoor ovens for 2021 |...

Though few positive side effects resulted from the coronavirus pandemic that descended on the globe in early 2020, one of the most significant may be the nationwide and worldwide rekindling of people’s desire to spend time outdoors. Though initially...

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