Bonefish Toe

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By John Byron Huh? Bonefish toe? Yup, it’s a thing. Fishing last month at Beyond The Blue, South Caicos. Four companions/new friends from Connecticut, all experienced on bonefish. One-hundred percent wading all day long. Fifth day one of us, Mark, came up lame mid-day, his big toe bothering...



2 Guys, 1 Trout

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I always enjoy fly-fishing more when it’s a team sport. I think that’s why I enjoy saltwater fly fishing so much. The interaction between guide and angler creates something special. A shared accomplishment and a shared reward. Not unlike some of my best days of trout...



When your fly is there, be aware!

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I've touched on this before but it occurs to me that the subject needs more attention. Quite possibly the most important thing in fly fishing is situational awareness. That is, knowing what your fly is doing in relation to it's surroundings. Surroundings like current, structure, light,...



“The Embarrassing State of Modern Fly Fishing” is an embarrassing take on modern fly fishing.

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By Aaron Stiny Recently my Facebook feed was flooded with folks sharing the aforementioned blog post, each post receiving a flood of comments. Against my better judgement I browsed what folks had to say before reading it and saw nothing but Amen’s, Spot on’s etc so I...



Bonefish The Hard Way, Deep In The Mangroves

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WHEN YOU ARE PLANNING A DIY BONEFISH TRIP, IT'S IMPORTANT TO CHECK THE TIDES. If you are wading or using kayaks to navigate the flats your mobility may be limited and timing the tides becomes crucial. Bonefish will be most accessible on low tides. Late in...