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Fly Fishing: The Midge Life Cycle

By Bradey Hall | May 12, 2024

Photo by: River Ambassadors Media Understanding the midge life cycle can be crucial to catching more fish. Not only are midges in just about every water source they are a large part of a trout’s diet. They are hatching year round and understanding the midge can really up your fly fishing game.  1. Egg Stage:…

High N Dry wins Gray’s Best 2019

By Ben Tronnes | January 1, 2019

We at High N Dry Fishing Products hope you had a wonderful time on the water in 2018. To help us usher in the new year, we share some amazing news: High N Dry’s Liquid Floatant was awarded the prestigious title of Gray’s Best in 2019! Each year, the editors of Gray’s Sporting Journal, “select gear that…

Bighorn River (Part II)

By Ben Tronnes | September 11, 2017

My Dad, Dennis, and I were out on the Bighorn River in early May. The Bighorn Mountains experienced a tremendous year in terms of snowpack. As of May, it was still something like 230% of normal and the melting snow has to go somewhere. As with most tail waters, extremes on either side of the…

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Shucks left behind from an emerging midge.

Fly Fishing: The Midge Life Cycle

By Bradey Hall | May 12, 2024

Photo by: River Ambassadors Media Understanding the midge life cycle can be crucial to catching more fish. Not only are midges in just about every water source they are a large part of a trout’s diet. They are hatching year round and understanding the midge can really up your fly fishing game.  1. Egg Stage:…

High N Dry wins Gray’s Best 2019

By Ben Tronnes | January 1, 2019

We at High N Dry Fishing Products hope you had a wonderful time on the water in 2018. To help us usher in the new year, we share some amazing news: High N Dry’s Liquid Floatant was awarded the prestigious title of Gray’s Best in 2019! Each year, the editors of Gray’s Sporting Journal, “select gear that…

Bighorn River (Part II)

By Ben Tronnes | September 11, 2017

My Dad, Dennis, and I were out on the Bighorn River in early May. The Bighorn Mountains experienced a tremendous year in terms of snowpack. As of May, it was still something like 230% of normal and the melting snow has to go somewhere. As with most tail waters, extremes on either side of the…

The Bighorn River (Part 1)

By Ben Tronnes | August 19, 2017

We have grown this year as a company. High N Dry Fishing Products decided to improve our social media and web presence. We know we can provide information and entertainment to our customers and end-users is through our blog page. Thus – you are seeing the very first High N Dry blog. This is the first…

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