Situational Awareness and Flats Fishing

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Fly-fishing saltwater flats requires many specialized skills, but none are as important as situational awareness. Trout anglers revel in taking their time, analyzing the feeding patterns of fish and planning a successful presentation. That’s a luxury saltwater anglers can’t often afford. Things happen quickly on the...



Sunday Classic / Cat Island Bones

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WHITE SAND, BLUE WATER, BONEFISH AND RUM. WHAT MORE DO YOU NEED? Cat Island is not known as a bonefishing destination. It's a quiet island with beautiful beaches, warm people and modest fishing opportunities, compared to its neighbors. It's not South Andros or Bimini but it's...



Saturday Shoutout / Char Week

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Big char and record brook trout in the land of the midnight sun. Here are three videos for the char lovers. All of the red bellies and white knife edge fins you'd expect in 3 far flung northern destinations. It’s like shark week, but better! CHAR WEEK!...



Slow Cast Fly Casting Drill

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Great timing is the hallmark of a good fly cast. Timing is everything, well, pretty close anyway when it comes to casting a fly rod. Plenty of anglers struggle with their timing, often without knowing it’s their timing that’s off. Poor timing robs your cast of...



A Guideline To Accuracy in Fly Tying

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By Bob Reece Good fly tying is all about accuracy. One aspect of fly tying that often creates frustration is tying in materials in the desired location.   As hook size decreases, this task can becomes even more difficult.  While time spent tying helps to conquer this...