Tarpon of Cuba: 3 Tips For Success

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By Dan Frasier I think what surprised me most was that they still looked like fish. The dark shapes sliding below the surface were intimately familiar despite their legendary status, but the vastness of the flats and channels of Jardines de la Reina off the coast of...



Bahamas Fishing Regulations: What’s Really Happening

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As of January 19, 2017, new Bahamian fishing regulations are in effect and confusing both anglers and authorities. I was recently on South Andros for the G&G Bonefish school and our group was the first to be issued Bahamian fishing licenses on the island. Implementation is...



3 Ways to Improve Your Fly Casting on the Flats

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About ten years ago, I embarked on my first international saltwater fly fishing trip, with a couple Texas boys I'd previously met while chasing peacock bass in the Amazon. The saltwater trip took place down in Mexico, specifically the Ascension Bay area. Our primary target...



10 Tips For Spotting Permit

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PERHAPS THE LOFTIEST GOAL IN FLY FISHING IS CATCHING A PERMIT. Maybe it's not your thing but if there truly is a fish of ten-thousand casts, it's the permit. There is enough to catching permit to fill a bookshelf or magazine rack. It's a complicated game,...



Bonefish Body Language 

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By Owen Plair Being able to read the body language of any fish is by far one of the best ways to anticipate the bite, especially when it comes to feeding a bonefish. Recently I had the opportunity to experience bonefishing on South Andros, Bahamas, and...