Louis’s Saltwater Casting Drill

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There's no debate, practicing your casting makes you a more effective angler. But all practice is not created equal. Simply heading down to the park and hucking as much line as possible doesn't accomplish much. A while back we published a practice routine recommended by Tim...

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...

The Kill

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By Justin Pickett The rubber basket of my net is stressed as it is stretched, enveloping what many anglers might consider the “catch of a lifetime." He is wild and full of energy. His hooked jaw chomping at the air, almost as if he’d bite the hell...

8 Tips For Catching Bonefish in The Worst Conditions

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"There ain't no fun without the sun." If you've done any bonefishing at all, you've probably heard that expression. Short of a full on tropical storm, there's nothing worse than a dark windy day for bonefishing. It makes finding fish nearly impossible. Cloudy days turn the surface...

Sunday Classic / Don’t Be a Sleep at the Wheel When Fishing Egg Patterns

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Egg patterns are a staple in my fly fishing and guiding. Stocked trout are suckers for them, but even wild trout will gladly snack on them if you correctly put it in front of them most of the year. Several different egg imitations and sizes are...