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TYEPRO Transparent: What's The Best Fishing Knot-Tying Tool for YOU?

TYEPRO Transparent: What's The Best Fishing Knot-Tying Tool for YOU?

If you’re reading this, there’s a decent chance that you’re looking to purchase a tool that will help you tie knots during your future fishing expeditions. And, as with any piece of fishing equipment, there are plenty of options. We’re hoping to help you—not anglers in general, but you in particular—find what you need. “Well of course you are,” you say, noting accurately that you’re reading this on TYEPRO.com. “You’re just going to push me toward buying your product.” Yes...and no. On one hand, we do believe that the TYEPRO is the best overall product that you can buy for...

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TYE With A PRO: Chagrin Falls Outfitters' Dan Pribanic on Steelhead Alley

TYE With A PRO: Chagrin Falls Outfitters' Dan Pribanic on Steelhead Alley

Many fly fishing enthusiasts envision the rivers of the American West as the bucket list-level vacation. We may be biased as native Ohioans, but we think Northern Ohio—known affectionately as “Steelhead Alley” for its population of Rainbow Trout—is as great as any. We spoke with Dan Pribanic, the owner of Chagrin River Outfitters, for what visitors to this region can expect during Fall, a season many consider to be the best for the hobby. He’s also biased—toward his native Chagrin River, a tributary just east of Cleveland—but he also recommends the nearby Grand River, Conneaut Creek near the Pennsylvania border,...

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Making The Turn: Strategies for Twisting Your Line And Perfecting Knots

Making The Turn: Strategies for Twisting Your Line And Perfecting Knots

One of the more under-appreciated steps in tying any given fishing knot is the turn. This is when you take the tag line (the segment that passes through the eyelet) and rotate it around the standing line, often by holding the hook or knot-tying tool and twisting that. Watching knot-tying video guides—including our guide on improved clinch knots—often makes the turn seem like something that you don’t need to think about. For experienced anglers, maybe it is. But for those new to the hobby, it’s important to understand the thought process and strategy behind a turn, or wrap. First, the...

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Tom's Letter: There's No Debate That Fishing Is Great

Tom's Letter: There's No Debate That Fishing Is Great

The debates have certainly kindled the argumentative fires within our culture. There are two sides to every story and the people on one half of an issue just won’t listen to the other. Fall versus Winter, fly versus spin… I was speaking about the many disagreements between angling enthusiasts regarding what kind of fishing is best, what kind of equipment is ideal for that variety of fishing, and furthermore what time of year is the best for doing it. What did you think I was talking about? At the request of my “political advisors” (mainly my wife Patty), I’ll try...

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Register for The TYEPRO Free Fishing Giveaway and Win $250 in Prizes

Register for The TYEPRO Free Fishing Giveaway and Win $250 in Prizes

One of the major demographics that TYEPRO has always tried to assist is those new to the fishing hobby. And one of the biggest hang-ups for rookies has been figuring out knots. Even those with the most steady of hands need a healthy amount of practice tying the tiny binds before they’re fully comfortable repeating the process out on the pond. These individuals will find the TYEPRO helpful as they learn their way around a clinch knot. Another major roadblock for those entering the hobby for the first time is the entry fee, which is to say equipment. We might...

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