Reece’s Stepchild Stone

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By Bob Reece The title of stonefly conjures up images of gargantuan aquatic insect life. This is true for several species in the late reaches of their life. However, their more petite partners and developmental stages should not be overlooked when filling your fly box. Stonefly...



The Bow Clock

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If you can't communicate with your guide, you're fishing blind. Communication is the key to successful saltwater fly fishing. Flats fishing with a guide is a team sport, and like all team sports, The team must work together to win. Your guide has a couple of...



Practice Makes Permit

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TODAY WE HEAR FROM ANOTHER NEW G&G CONTRIBUTOR. Bruce Chard likely needs no introduction. You've seen and heard him many times on G&G, but now its official. We are proud to have Bruce a regular contributor on all things saltwater. Photo by Louis Cahill Photo by Louis Cahill NO...



Rigging Tube Flies: Video

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By Louis Cahill I love tube flies and I fish them almost exclusively when I’m after steelhead. Tube flies are a powerful tool. They are the most versatile flies you can tie and the most economical. The secret is that there’s no hook. The fly...



Fish Floating Nymphs for Selective Trout

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TELL ME IF THIS SOUNDS FAMILIAR. You're kneeling at the edge of a slow glassy pool watching several big trout inspect what floats above them. You change flies, again, and make yet another perfect presentation, only to watch the fish move three feet out of the...