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Pro In The Spot Light

In The Spotlight: Allison HendricksWhen Rick and I acquired RiverBum six years ago, we decided the business needed a strategic redirection. We felt women in the market place were grossly under represented. We felt we needed a pro and ambassador program that was different at the time than any other. We wanted women in our program that [...]

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The Spruce Moth Hatch

I can’t think of a more overlooked and misunderstood hatch than the Spruce Moth. Spruce Moths can be found all over the Rocky Mountain West from Arizona all the way through Canada.  The hatch occurs from late July into early September depending on the region of the country you are in. As its [...]

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How Water Temperature Affects Your Fishing

We’ve had some 90 degree days here in Pennsylvania with evening temperatures staying above 70 degrees. That’s hot by almost anyone’s standard. Rising temperatures lead to rising water temps.Why is rising water temps important? They can be lethal to trout. Why is that? Simply put, they are cold blooded. What does cold blooded mean? [...]

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Warm Water Fly Patterns

RiverBum Pro Capt. Jimmy Daniels talks about some of the best warm water fly patterns you can use to catch Bass, Panfish and other warm water predators. Flies include Gurglers, clousers, bass poppers, Damsel Flies, and wooly bugger patterns.

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PMDs and Sulfurs

I have had the opportunity to live both on the East Coast and the West Coast - which means I have fished both. West Coast PMDs When I lived on the West Coast, a favorite hatch of mine was the  Pale Morning Dun mayfly hatch. As the name implies, these flies generally came off in the morning, and are very [...]

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Small Stream Fishing

Fishing small streams has got to be one of my favorite things to do! Sure, fishing a larger river for trophy trout can be a blast, but nothing beats hiking into remote places where catching a twelve-inch trout makes the whole trip. I’m going to share with you some of my favorite RiverBum flies to use while [...]

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The Copper John

In 1993, John Barr began working on an innovative nymph pattern all the way back in 1993.  After three long years toiling at the vice, the Copper John nymph pattern was born.  John went through several design and materials changes when he finally declared his invention finished in about 1996. Since its introduction in the [...]

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7 Reasons to Try Fly Fishing

Fly fishing is more popular than ever - and the sport is changing as well. Long gone are the days that the sport was purely for the rich, it is far more accessible than ever! RiverBum is proud to have been on the forefront of inviting more people into the sport we love. If you haven’t [...]

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Stillwater Fly Fishing

There’s a huge difference between Stillwater fly fishing and fishing in streams and rivers. The biggest difference is current. Flows in streams and rivers help to present the fly, move it naturally, and entice a strike….no such luck with Stillwater fishing.The second biggest difference, with out that flow of water, fish are free to move about with far [...]

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Saltwater Fly Patterns

RiverBum Pro Capt. Jimmy Daniels talks about some of the best saltwater fly patterns you can use to catch Permit, barracuda, bonefish, redfish and Tarpon. Flies include shrimp, clousers, deceiver and crab patterns.

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