Better Bonefish Retrieve

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So you’ve found yourself a bonefish and you’ve made that big cast into the wind, now what? The propped retrieve is key to success. There are several things keep in mind. The speed and length of the strip, keeping slack out of the system. And...



Anchor Placement When Space Is Tight

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You could write a book about anchor placement in Spey casting. In fact, I feel sure several have been written. Rightfully so, since anchor placement is the foundation on which a good Spey cast is built. For those who are not aware, the anchor is...



Sunday Classic / Georgia Man Catches Trout On Car Key, But Why?

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Why in the hell would you fish that? I’m glad you asked. To prove a point. For some reason this year I have run into more anglers with attitude than usual. Ranging from the dry fly purest who think they walk on the water rather...



Saturday Shoutout / The Right Brain Interweb

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This week we’re sharing some craziest and most creative fun from the fly fishing interweb. Off beat, surly, inappropriate and down right brilliant. Here are three sites I love! Paul Puckett’s “Right Brain Retrieve” features some of his amazing and irreverent art work.   “Fishjerks”...



Switch Rods for Steelhead

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OK, I admit it. I’ve been all about steelhead lately. Can you blame me? Steelhead are addictive and they ruin some guys but so far I’m resisting the urge to move into a shack on a river in the Pacific North West and instead I’m...