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Fly Fishing Film Tour (Feb. 2, Spokane)

With backdrops ranging from Bolivia to Saskatchewan, Montana to Virginia, Patagonia to the Seychelles, tour organizers promise this year’s Fly Fishing Film Tour films will …

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H2KNOW Campaign Draws Attention to Low Spokane River Levels

Extremely low water levels in the Spokane River are harming outdoor recreation and the river, and in early August, local citizens launched a regional “H2KNOW: …

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You Can’t Just Take: Wild Enlightenment on the Grande Ronde

We finished the float on the Grande Ronde River in Southeast Washington, and it was a day to remember. Steelhead, the ocean run variety of …

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If You’re Lucky Enough To Live At the Lake, You’re Lucky Enough

A friend of mine has a sign in his house which reads, “If You’re Lucky Enough To Live At the Lake, You’re Lucky Enough.”  As …

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Selecting the Right Fly Rod

Whether you are a novice fly fisherman or a seasoned veteran of trout stalking, the act of buying a new fly rod can be overwhelming …

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River Rambles: There’s More to “Fun” Than Catching Fish

A while back I found myself at an event that featured a lot of really exciting films about fly fishing across the planet. Before the …

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9 Ways to Explore the Spokane River Water Trail

The Spokane River is a trail, 111 miles long, offering something for everybody, in every season: soaking up nature along the Centennial Trail, the excitement …

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River People: A Fly Caster, River Surfer and Whitewater Pioneer

The Inland Northwest’s arid reputation is baked into its name. While it may be on the “dry side” of the Cascades, with world-class whitewater, blue-ribbon …

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Photo of the author by Derrick Knowles.

International Fly Fishing Film Festival—March 25, 2015

What’s better than hanging with friends, talking about fishing and watching very cool films all while supporting the Spokane River? On March 25 at the …

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A Good Day on the River—Casting for Pre-Runoff Cutthroat

We huddled beneath looming conifers and stood ankle-deep in a slurry of mud and slush by the side of the road. Outside our evergreen umbrella, …

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