Sunday Classic / The cutthroat and the sweet sixteen

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"HE IS OUR LEGACY. HE WAS LEFT HERE FOR US BY A LOVING FATHER, IF YOU BELIEVE IN THAT SORT OF THING, AND ONCE HE IS GONE WE WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO REPLACE HIM." My friend Gary Lacey did me a disservice while shooting clays...



DRIFTING

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By Marcus Saunders That gentle morning light seems to push back all those fears that hound our minds at 3am. Glancing sideways out of the ute window, I see vague outlines race by as the human world slowly comes into focus; the radio is silent, and...



Early Riser

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By Justin Pickett Many people respond with bewilderment and even cringe when they realize how early I’m willing to rise “just to go fishing.” I smile and attempt to explain, but it just isn’t possible for those who have never experienced the predawn hours, like I have,...



One Fly, One Cast, One Tarpon

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The bow of the skiff rises and falls under my feet as my eyes scan the vast expanse of blue and green. We call this riding the bull. Balancing on a casting platform as the boat bobs and shifts in the surf. Out on the ocean...



Saturday Shoutout / Tasmanian Love Letter

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One of the nicest pieces of writing on the subject of fly-fishing I’ve read in a long time. It was just by chance that I was introduced to the site Camden Fishing. Good folks from Tasmania who sell, among other things, beautiful hand made drift boats....