Two Anglers Are Often Better Than One

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You can't enjoy camaraderie on the water by yourself. There's no high-fives, no passing the victory flask around, and worst of all, it's awfully hard to snap a quality photograph of you and a prized catch. Wait a minute, I take the latter back. It is...



4 Tips For Capturing Better Release Shots of Your Fish

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Your best shot at capturing a good photograph of you and your catch, is first having someone along with you that's competent with a camera in their hands. But even a world class photographer will tell you, it's extremely difficult getting those picture perfect photographs, if...



Holding Your Bone

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I WATCHED MY SHARE OF GUYS FIGHT TO GET HOLD OF THEIR FIRST BONEFISH AND I REMEMBER BEING THERE MYSELF. IT'S PRETTY PAINFUL FOR EVERYBODY CONCERNED INCLUDING THE FISH. They aren't trout and nothing will bring that hone for you like trying to tail one. Landing...



Shutter Speed for Freezing Action

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THINGS HAPPEN FAST IN FLY FISHING. Line whistles through the air, fish leap out of the water, guides swoop in with the net. It's fun to capture these moments of action with the camera but often we fail and end up with a shot that is...



One Of My Favorite Fly-Fishing Photos

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By Louis Cahill Some photos remain special over the years. There is some truth to the idea that doing anything for a living makes you a little numb to the result. I have a good friend who is an incredible guitar player but he would never play...