The Double Haul

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A good double haul is curtail wherever you're fishing. Never more than in salt water. A lot of anglers, however, find it mystifying. Here's Capt Joel Dickyto explain how you can have a great double haul. WATCH THE VIDEO!...



Keep It Clean, With A Clearing Cast

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I've heard salt water fly fishing described as long periods of boredom punctuated by brief periods of panic. I don't know that I find staring at miles of gorgeous flats boring but I've felt that panic a time or two. It's a stalking game and when...



What The Hell Is That?

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Every once in a while you see something you just can't explain. I was shooting in the Florida Keys the other day with with my friend Capt. Joel Dickey. It was late in the day. The sun was hanging right on the horizon and I...



Watching Your Fly Line Tells You If You’re Fishing

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When fly-fishing in saltwater, if your fly isn't moving, you’re not fishing. This is one of those ideas that’s dead simple in principal and damned complicated in practice. For a fish to see your fly as food, it must have the right action, but there are...



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...