Tenkara and the Sasaki Kebari

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By Mark Roberts I’d like to share just a little my insight about the Sasaki Kebari as I have learned to use it in Tenkara. I have been a Single Hand Spey, and Switch fly fisherman for many years and added Tenkara about five years ago for...



Fly Tying Feng Shui

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By Bob Reece As a junior high science teacher, my daytime work environment is chaos.  While all of our professional lives vary, the constant of stress remains.  Fly tying can provide great respite from the challenges of adulting.   Creating a tying environment conducive to this exponentially...



Sunday Classic / Dicky’s Tarpon Silencer

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WHO'S AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD FLY? On dead calm days in the Florida Keys the silver king can be afraid of his on shadow. I've seen plenty of big tarpon vanish at the sound of the fly landing on the water. As a flats guide,...



Reece’s J.T.T

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By Bob Reece Unlimited creativity is my favorite aspect of fly tying.  With the constant influx of new tying materials, the possible combinations for creating successful patterns increases.  In addition to this, the construction of many new materials simplifies the tying process needed to create equally, if...



Sunday Classic / Bruce Chard’s Palolo Worm

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THE PALOLO WORM HATCH IN THE FLORIDA KEYS TRULY MUST BE SEEN TO BE BELIEVED. Tarpon go completely crazy when these bright red worms pour out of the sand by the millions. The fish gorge themselves on worms and quite a few of those worms are...