6 Reasons You Might Catch More Bonefish By Wading

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Wading a beautiful sand flat on some tropical island, looking for bonefish is an experience every angler should enjoy. There’s nothing like wading for bonefish, especially in a remote location where the angler can enjoy breathtaking beauty, solitude and the thrill of casting to un-pressured fish....



Sunday Classic / Choosing Flies for Tandem Nymph Rigs

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Today’s post is intended for beginner and intermediate fly anglers that struggle with choosing what fly patterns to tie on when they’re fishing a tandem nymph rig. Because most of our fly boxes are stocked with dozens of different fly patterns, it can be difficult...



Bruce Chard’s Double Haul Drill

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Today begins a special five part video tutorial on building blinding line speed. Line speed is the most important component in successful salt water fly fishing. There's plenty of finesse involved but line speed is the cost of admission. If you can't build the speed...



Don’t Cut Corners With The Spey Rod

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Rounding the corner is one of the most common problems in Spey casting. Anglers who are learning to spey cast will often rush the casting stroke. They will start forward with the rod without finishing their sweep. By rounding the corner at the end of the...



Surviving The Worst In Cold Weather

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With brutal cold weather pounding much of the trout water in the US, it’s worth taking a minute to think about safety. Living in the south, life threatening cold weather conditions are not often a concern, but even here in Georgia, you can find yourself in...