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Flyrod o'clock


Moving to the Platte Valley requires adjustment.

As you make friends here, you will find one of those adjustments will be learning to fly fish.

This does not, as you might expect from the name, involve very small fishing poles with rotting bits of meat as bait for flying nuisances.

It’s much worse than that.

The west, in general, is chock full of “ideal fly fishing spots” and we have an abundance of them along the entire length of Platte Valley waterways.

You see, Wyoming is host to some of America’s premier free-stone rivers. These rivers are the fly fisherman’s natural habitat....

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