Poonfroggin

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It's already plenty warm by 6:00 AM. The hot pink band hugging the horizon and lighting up the water foreshadows the brain-baking heat that will be here any minute. It's going to be another brutally calm day in the Florida Keys. We're poling quietly down the...



Wild Trout, Mushrooms and Perspective

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By Louis Cahill I’m not sure there is such a thing as being lost in the woods. I certainly don’t feel lost as I walk the trail, once an old logging road looking down on a beautiful, tumbling trout stream. I feel much more at home than...



First look at the Ibera Wetlands

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By Louis Cahill Every now and then I have to remind myself that a redfish tail isn’t going to pop up along the edge of the grass. The scene looks familiar but what lurks below the surface is a bit more sinister. The Ibera Wetlands, in northern...



The River… Why?

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By Justin Pickett A FAINT FOG ESCAPES ME AS I EXHALE A DEEP BREATH OF MOUNTAIN AIR. I can hear the tumbling waters of my favorite north Georgia stream just off in the distance. They are surely running super low and crystal clear as expected. My angst...



Don’t get yourself caught in a tight spot!

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By Justin Pickett "MY MOUTH SPEWED WITH EXPLETIVES. MY BUDDY’S FACE WAS BLANK. I KNEW THAT IT WAS THE RESULT OF SEVERAL POOR DECISIONS." Recently, I headed up north with a great friend of mine to fish a small stream in north Georgia. Over the past couple...