The Good Old Day of Bahamas Bonefishing, Did I Miss Them?

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By Carter Lyles LIGHTNING PIERCED THE SKY AS ANOTHER BAHAMIAN STORM BLOCKED THE SUN FROM SHINING ON EVERY SHADE OF BLUE YOU COULD IMAGINE--IT WAS THE SECOND STORM OF THE DAY. The serenity of the moment was captured by our Long Island guide, Docky, yelling with his...

G&G Product Review Policy, Just So You Know

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GINK AND GASOLINE IS A NO BULLSHIT ZONE I've received some criticism lately over the fact that my product reviews are all positive. The exact quote was this. "Another glowing review of a free product. Imagine that." My first response was, "It's a lot easier to make snarky...

Laying the Smack Down

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By Kent Klewein SOMETIMES YOU JUST HAVE TO LAY THE SMACK DOWN ON THE WATER WITH YOUR TERRESTRIAL FLY PATTERNS DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS TO ENTICE FISH TO EAT. This trophy rainbow trout turned on our flies repeated times only to veer off at the last second....

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By Louis Cahill YOU MAY NOT YET KNOW THE NAME CARTER LYLES, BUT HE WILL SOON BE FAMILIAR TO YOU. Carter is the newest member of the G&G family. Although you haven't seen his name on the site before now, if you follow us on Facebook, you've...

A Year Fishing The Everglades Special, Half Way Through A Bad Decision

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By Paul Pucket FISHING WISE, I HAVE NEVER HAD A YEAR LIKE THIS ONE. I am fishing in places I have never fished and feel very lucky to have the opportunities. The main difference between this year, and the prior years spent chasing these mindless, slimy, instinctual...