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With record-breaking snows and cold artic air, most of us are ready for a few good days of fly fishing! Dr. Hoven tells us why winter usually sees more colds going around and a few tips on what we can do to stay healthy.
You're out on the river, fishing is great, but your muscles are beginning to ache, forcing you to call it an early day. Dr. Hoven tells us how "power taping" with Rock Tape can prevent muscle aches and strain, keeping you on the river! As a reader of FlyFisherPro, you can get a fantastic discount on Rock Tape. Read the article for instructions.
Fly shops are great resources, not only for buying that new gear you're looking for, but you'll get great advice on how the river is fishing, what flies to use, and recent fishing reports from their guides.
Have you ever wondered what the differences are between fresh water fish and saltwater fish? Or, how gear differs for freshwater and saltwater fishing? Pudge explains how they're different and what gear to use.
It's March, and many of us are hitting our favorite waters after a few months of being frozen over. In this month's column, Dr. Hoven tells us how to avoid cold injuries and what to do if we have a cold injury.
Women comprise one of the fastest growing segments of the sport of fly fishing. It's tremendous fun, gets you out in Nature, is environmentally friendly and great exercise! If you're a woman who's never fly fished before, don't be daunted! Read Pudge Kleinkauf's premier column on getting started fly fishing.
Spending a day on the river can be a joy if your feet feel good. If not, it can be gruesome. Dr. Hoven talks about the 2 most common causes of foot and ankle pain in this month's column and steps you can take to alleviate it.