Sunday Classic / Nymph Fishing, There’s Nothing Wrong With It

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It seems like every where I look, I see blog posts all over the place chastising and bad mouthing nymph fishing. I hear comments claiming nymph fishing is nothing more than mindless fly fishing. That watching indicators floating down the river all day is boring....



Saturday Shoutout / River of Gold

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I MADE A PROMISE TO MYSELF, YEARS AGO, THAT I WAS NOT GOING TO MAKE A BUCKET LIST. Meaning, that I wasn't going to put off the things I wanted to do in my life until the end, counting on days I might not have. That...



Crossroads

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JUST A FEW DAYS AGO I FOUND MYSELF AT A CROSSROADS. I had a day off from work and the usual “daddy duties,” which gave me the chance to get out and play a bit. Of course, being me, I decided to use that day to...



Proposed Bahamian Flats Fishing Regulations, A Deeper Perspective

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By Sarah Grigg An Uncomfortable, Unexpected Fisheries Debate in The Bahamas Some anglers compare fighting a bonefish on the line to wrangling a bat out of hell. Most would agree that few saltwater flats parallel those of the Bahamas for pursuing this species. Perhaps nowhere else on...



Saturday Shoutout / Free The Snake

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Patagonia champions the Snake River. Professor David Montgomery, of the Univercity of Washington makes an interesting point about rivers. We think of rivers as a mode of moving water and materials to the ocean, but we don't think about those rivers, and their wild salmon runs,...