The Salt Water Quick Cast

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One of the most crucial skills in salt water fly fishing is shooting line. Everything happens quickly on the flats and the angler who can put his fly on a fish sixty feet from the boat with only two false casts will have a distinct advantage. It's...



Game of Bones, 5 Common Bonefish Behaviors and Successful Strategies

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By Louis Cahill Understanding these 5 common bonefish behaviors will help you catch a lot more fish. I love bonefishing! There's a shocker. Every species has unique characteristics which make them fun or challenging to catch. The chess game of feeding a sipping brown trout, the mix...



8 Tips For Retrieving The Fly When Bonefishing

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By Louis Cahill You’ve spotted the bonefish and made the perfect cast, what now? The retrieve is where the magic happens. It’s your sales pitch to the fish and if you want to seal the deal you have to make that fly act like food. It’s a...



Practice Makes Permit

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TODAY WE HEAR FROM ANOTHER NEW G&G CONTRIBUTOR. Bruce Chard likely needs no introduction. You've seen and heard him many times on G&G, but now its official. We are proud to have Bruce a regular contributor on all things saltwater. Photo by Louis Cahill Photo by Louis Cahill NO...



Twelve O’clock, Forty Feet

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By Jason Tucker I STAND IN WHITE-SNOW SAND AND WATER, THE SUN SHINING WEAKLY DOWN FROM A BLUE SKY MUTED BY HAZE HIGH IN ANOTHER ATMOSPHERE REMOVED FROM THE ONE I BREATHE, SCANNING BELOW ME AN ATMOSPHERE LIKEWISE FOREIGN, SEARCHING FOR SHADOWS WHICH THEMSELVES SEARCH FOR THE SCUTTLING,...