Steel Wire for Movement and Durability in Articulated Streamers

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By Justin Pickett If it doesn't wiggle it don't go in my box! I fish and tie a lot of articulated streamer patterns. I have an entire cliff box jam packed with them, as well as a collection of Plano boxes full of experiments and f*** ups....



Cat Island Bones

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WHITE SAND, BLUE WATER, BONEFISH AND RUM. WHAT MORE DO YOU NEED? Cat Island is not known as a bonefishing destination. It's a quiet island with beautiful beaches, warm people and modest fishing opportunities, compared to its neighbors. It's not South Andros or Bimini but it's...



Situational Awareness and Flats Fishing

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Fly-fishing saltwater flats requires many specialized skills, but none are as important as situational awareness. Trout anglers revel in taking their time, analyzing the feeding patterns of fish and planning a successful presentation. That’s a luxury saltwater anglers can’t often afford. Things happen quickly on the...



Bob Is A Hero

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Bob knew how to get that perfect hero shot. I think Andrea Larko has been following Justin and I around on the river. I guess the secret is out. Check out Bob and much more of Andrea’s work on Etsy....



Popping The Ball, Why Guides Release Fish

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By Brian Kozminski If you popped a basketball every time you make a basket, you might be missing the point. It's a burning issue, and hot topic across the midwest right now. Nothing new for me, really. I received a call from a potential client the other...