Friday Five: 1/26/2018

January is coming to an end, one more month of winter is done, and we’re coming onto the shortest month of the year. To help you ease into the final days of January, here are three articles and two videos for this week’s Friday Five.

(Only after compiling this week’s content did I realized that the three articles are all about nymphing and the two videos have to do with streamers.)

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Friday Five: January 5, 2018

It’s a cold morning here in Central PA – like, wind chill of minus 20 degrees Farhenheit cold. It’s the perfect morning to pour yourself an extra large mug of coffee, grab your blanket, and check out this week’s Friday Five while thinking of slightly warmer temperatures.

(Don’t get me wrong, I don’t necessarily mind the cold. It’s just really cold for this time of the winter here.)

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Friday Five: 12/1/2017

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Tree stand coffee always tastes better.

Maybe you’re taking your coffee in the tree stand this morning, or maybe it’s in your usual comfortable chair at home. Either way, we have some good selections for you to enjoy this week. Pour yourself a full cup, sit back, and enjoy!*

*but if you’re in a tree stand or in the woods, enjoy the coffee and save this for later!

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Friday Five: 9/1/2017

 

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My default on-the-go coffee mug.

It’s Friday. Perhaps you’re taking a short break from work to check out this week’s content, or maybe you’re enjoying it from home before starting the work day. Either way, grab a cup of coffee and have at it!

Our five picks this week include some fly patterns, some tips for fall fishing and fly color, and a newer pattern by Gunnar Brammer.

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Friday Five: 8/4/2017

We have a good selection of articles and videos to kick off the month of August for the Friday Five. Since we featured a rainbow sipping dries last week, we start with a taimen chasing and eating a streamer, then move on to highlight some patterns for the summer and an article about lines drawn in fly fishing. Grab your cup of coffee and enjoy!

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