Don’t Be Like This Guy

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I hope this is so obvious it needs no explanation. There we are staked up waiting for migrating tarpon when this guy rolls up, jig at the ready. I’m sure he thought we were on fish. His kids huddled down in the floor of the boat...



Something’s Fishy at the Fly Fishing Show

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By Dave Grossman Spring marks the unofficial end of fly fishing show season, and I for one am tired and smelly…but mostly tired. If fly fishing shows are a microcosm of our little society, things have gotten a little worrisome. There’s been some concerning behavior on both...



Saturday Shoutout / Living the Lamar 

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The Lamar Valley holds a special place in my heart. Back when my wife and I were both in the advertising business and self employed we would take off the entire month of August and escape the heat and traffic of Atlanta for cold water and...



Making a Living on the Flats

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By Owen Plair Lately it seems that everyone thinks guiding is the dream job. Every day someone who likes to fish buys a brand new boat, pays for a website, posts fish pictures on Instagram, and calls themselves one of the top guides in the area. They...



Ted Williams:  Hall of Fame Fly Fisherman

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By Jim Weathersby You may know Ted Williams as the Hall of Fame (inducted in 1966) left fielder who played for the Boston Red Sox from 1939-1942 and 1946-1960. If so, you probably know Williams was a 17-time All-Star, two-time winner of the American League (AL)...