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    The Mayfly Project: Mentoring Foster Kids Through Fly Fishing

    Organizations like The Mayfly Project use fly fishing as a catalyst to mentor children in foster care. Their mission is to support children in foster care through fly fishing and introduce them to their local water ecosystems, with the hope that connecting them to a rewarding hobby will provide an opportunity for foster children to have fun, feel supported, and develop a meaningful connection with the outdoors.

     

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    Southern Belize Fly Tying Initiative

    Tying flies is something most anglers enjoy doing. The ability to use your imagination to create something that will in return catch fish is invaluable as an angler. I take for granted that I can purchase materials and tools needed so easily. This is not the case for everyone and takes me to the small city of Hopkins located in southern Belize.

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    Loon Outdoors x 1% For The Planet

    We are excited to announce that we've recently joined 1% For The Planet. By donating one percent of our gross sales each year, we aim to support grassroots organizations that work hard to care for our planet.

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    Tailgate Talks: Line Care

    It's not rocket science, but it is helpful to have someone explain the why, how, when, and what-to-use when taking care of fly lines. Check out this Tailgate Talk for a quick rundown on the best way to clean and care for your fly line, resulting in longer and more accurate casts.

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    What Guides Use: Chuck Ragan

    At certain times you will find me in a jet boat running for resident striper or steelhead in our California Valley Rivers while other times of the year I'll be behind the sticks rowing for res or migratory trout and steelhead in the same rivers and when not doing either I'll be in the prop boat stalking Spotted, Smallmouth or Largemouth Bass in our lakes, reservoirs or The California Delta.

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    The River Brings Everything

    Between 1918 and 1965 five dams were built on the Klamath River, cutting off access to the upstream spawning habitat for Steelhead, lamprey and five species of Pacific Salmon.  Now, they are getting ready to be removed.

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    The Land Down Under

    Turning 40 is a great excuse to go fishing…Well, actually making good on a small kitchen remodel and turning 40 allowed a couple of family guys to fulfil a dream of chasing big browns in the backcountry of New Zealand.

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