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How to Catch a Good Time: Urban Angling

Stay Wild

How to Catch a Good Time: Urban Angling

Step 1: Gear Up & Go!
Eat a hotdog, chug a beer, pack your bag and hop on your bike.

Step 2: Find Water!
Look for a spot on the river that suits your style. We like spots without sharp rusty things sticking out of the water or screaming mean hobos. A good fishing spot offers the chance to skinny dip.

Step 3: Cast your Fly!
10 o'Clock—2 o'Clock—10 o'Clock—2 o'Clock—10 o'Clock—2 o'Clock—10 o'Clock—2 o'Clock—RELEASE!

Step 4: Catch a Good Time!
We usually only catch a buzz, but sometimes we catch a fish! Either way, we always catch a good time once we get out there.


Fly Fishing gear provided by Redington: redington.com
Music by our favorite creative outdoorsmen Jason Lytle: jasonlytle.com