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Ryan Miloshewski

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About Ryan Miloshewski

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    Duskystripe Shiner
  • Birthday August 19

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    www.mahoneyoutdoors.com

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    Overland Park, KS
  • Interests
    -Hunting
    -Fishing
    -Award winning outdoor Writer
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  1. Ryan Miloshewski

    OAF's Top Trout Tips Article

    Thank you! People who aren't on here were probably very confused by names like billethead, terrierman, and JestersHK. But yea, it really is good advice. Simple, but important.
  2. Ryan Miloshewski

    I need to fish Bull more

    Very nice! I've never fished Bull but I have heard it is a nasty b**ch. Can be great one day and then can't catch a thing for days after. Looks like you had a great day.
  3. Ryan Miloshewski

    OAF's Top Trout Tips Article

    Thank you! I am always surprised at the amount of people who aren't part of the merry bunch of fishing addicts that is OAF. So, nice to get it out there.
  4. Ryan Miloshewski

    Quality fishing report

    I legitimately laughed out loud. Hysterical. Pete Wenners, Eric Prey, Buster Loving, etc..those are where I get my reports from. Maybe I'll try Chris, though..
  5. Ryan Miloshewski

    OAF's Top Trout Tips Article

    Here you go, fellas! Thanks again for the tips! Feel free to share. https://mahoneyoutdoors.com/mahoney-outdoors-magazine/ozark-anglers-forums-tips-for-lake-taneycomo/
  6. Ryan Miloshewski

    Favorite duck mount positions

    I like flying mounts, where they are diving in. Here is a mallard I have this way.
  7. Ryan Miloshewski

    Megabass 110 help

    Try 6th Sense Provokes in 106x or 106DD. They are $10 a pop and work great. Love those baits.
  8. Ryan Miloshewski

    2019 Masters Results

    Try dragging crankbaits. It can be tough with the algae getting kicked up, but it seems to work on the switch. I also have no trouble with Provokes. Jigs are dead, it seems, on the rise and fall out.
  9. Ryan Miloshewski

    Need catfish guide contact info

    Call Jeff Faulkenberry. Can't go wrong with him. 660-351-5420
  10. Ryan Miloshewski

    Article Help--Top Trout Tips

    I like all these so far. I have been fishing it for 20+ years, but seeing everyone else's perspective is really awesome. Everyone does things a little different, and that is what I was aiming for. Keep em coming.
  11. Ryan Miloshewski

    Article Help--Top Trout Tips

    Alright, let's do top ten. Regardless of number, I need as many as I can to narrow them down.
  12. Ryan Miloshewski

    Article Help--Top Trout Tips

    Hey Everyone, Happy New Year--hope you catch your biggest fish in 2019. I am working on on article now for Lake Taneycomo fishing--send me your top tips. If I use yours, I will cite you in the article (by real name or OAF name--your choice. Personally, OAF names would be hilarious to non-members). Let me see what you've got!
  13. Ryan Miloshewski

    STL area breakfast/lunch group

    I'd start a KC group. I live in Overland Park but we can go around to different places. Alternating happy hour and breakfast.
  14. Ryan Miloshewski

    Spey Casting Clinic Recap

    Grasping the 11-foot rod with two hands, I made a roll cast to let my line clear. A quick T-snap and D-loop later, I had let out a 70-foot cast with absolute ease I have been a fly fishermen for close to 20 years now, but the art of spey casting was something I've never considered as useful here in Missouri. This past weekend Lilley's Landing hosted fishing guide and spey savant John McCloskey to teach a few of us. John guides in Alaska and Georgia for trout and salmon, and loves chasing anything that swims with his fly rod. He has taught many spey clinics in Georgia, and if you can teach spey there you can teach it in Missouri. All I can say is John is a master of his art. Enthusiastic as he is knowledgeable, he wants you to learn and does everything in his power to help you. He gets you excited about learning the technique, which is something you always look for in a teacher. Due to work, I arrived later than the other guys. I met John and he asked me what my learning style was immediately, and I told him I learned best by visuals and doing. So he took me up the lake (we were parked just above the Narrows near Pointe Royale) away from the others. I picked it up fairly quickly, but it was challenging. I would say the hardest parts are keeping your range of motion tight (like you're in a box), fighting your dominant hand when casting, and positioning for the cast. It was a blast, though, and I learned a ton in one afternoon. John plans to come back and teach the class again, and I would highly recommend attending. I can easily see myself using spey casting on Taneycomo or the White. John can be contacted here http://riverthroughatlanta.com/our-guides/john-mccloskey/ or dryflyjohn@gmail.com He has a great Instagram, if you are on there. His username is @dryflyjohn. Here are some pictures I snapped throughout the afternoon. I managed to actually catch one.
  15. Ryan Miloshewski

    Spey Casting Clinic Recap

    Grasping the 11-foot rod with two hands, I made a roll cast to let my line clear. A quick T-snap and D-loop later, I had let out a 70-foot cast with absolute ease I have been a fly fishermen for close to 20 years now, but the art of spey casting was something I've never considered as useful here in Missouri. This past weekend Lilley's Landing hosted fishing guide and spey savant John McCloskey to teach a few of us. John guides in Alaska and Georgia for trout and salmon, and loves chasing anything that swims with his fly rod. He has taught many spey clinics in Georgia, and if you can teach spey there you can teach it in Missouri. All I can say is John is a master of his art. Enthusiastic as he is knowledgeable, he wants you to learn and does everything in his power to help you. He gets you excited about learning the technique, which is something you always look for in a teacher. Due to work, I arrived later than the other guys. I met John and he asked me what my learning style was immediately, and I told him I learned best by visuals and doing. So he took me up the lake (we were parked just above the Narrows near Pointe Royale) away from the others. I picked it up fairly quickly, but it was challenging. I would say the hardest parts are keeping your range of motion tight (like you're in a box), fighting your dominant hand when casting, and positioning for the cast. It was a blast, though, and I learned a ton in one afternoon. John plans to come back and teach the class again, and I would highly recommend attending. I can easily see myself using spey casting on Taneycomo or the White. John can be contacted here http://riverthroughatlanta.com/our-guides/john-mccloskey/ or dryflyjohn@gmail.com He has a great Instagram, if you are on there. His username is @dryflyjohn. Here are some pictures I snapped throughout the afternoon. I managed to actually catch one. This post has been promoted to an article
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