Tarpon On The Clock

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A Photo Essay By Joel Dickey It's 5:30 a.m. and my alarm pierces that beautiful thing, called sleep, which all guides miss so much this time of year. I jump out of bed and I'm quickly reminded I'm not 25 anymore. My joints pop and crack and...



Choosing the Lens That’s Right You

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The most common camera question I get from my friends is "what lens should I buy." My usual answer is, "the one that costs the most." It's a joke, but there is some truth to it. Here are a few tips on choosing a good lens...



South Andros, A Love Story

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I love the Bahamas. It hits me about this time every year. Just about the time I start pulling out the polar fleece and looking for my fishing gloves I start thinking about Andros. I love the cold weather, it’s not that, it’s just become...



Don’t Get Mad, Get Even

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Five long years had past since I'd last set foot on a flats boat in the Florida Keys. My previous trip I had left the keys vowing to not return until I was a more capable saltwater fly fisher. A few things were in my favor...



My Grandfather’s Clinch Knot

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DO YOU THINK ABOUT TYING YOUR SHOES, BRUSHING YOUR TEETH, PUTTING ON YOUR SHIRT? I'll bet I've tied the Improved Clinch Knot more times than I've done any of those things. But I like to think that I pay more attention to my fishing knots than...