Putting Your Rod Tip In The Water Can Be A Game Changer

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EVERYONE WANTS TO CATCH BIG FISH BUT LEARNING TO OUTSMART THEM TAKES SOME DOING. Big fish often hold a PhD in fly selection and presentation, but any experienced angler can tell you that getting them to eat your fly is only half the battle. Getting them...



Forget The Wind: Tips for Fly Casting in the Wind

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By Louis Cahill Fly casting in the wind is just fly casting…in the wind. “Ok, so I’m in my ready position, and the wind is blowing on my right side…” The question came from an angler at this year’s January Bonefish School. I didn’t need to hear any...



Careful Where You Point That Thing

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TOOTHY AND GENERALLY ILL TEMPERED, BARRACUDA ARE A BLAST TO CATCH ON THE FLY. Their vicious attack is almost unbelievable to watch. My buddy Andrew Bennett holds a nice one here for a sub-surface hero shot. The Bahamians eat them. Barracuda are generally not edible because they...



Bonefishing, Be Quiet on the Bow: Video

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by Louis Cahill Stealth may be the most important element in bonefishing. Bonefish have amazing hearing. Their lateral line is incredibly sensitive to any vibration or displacement of water. An angler who makes noise on the bow, or rocks the boat, isn’t going to get many good...



Bonefishing, Make a Tight Line Presentation: Video

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By Louis Cahill One of the most important skills for a saltwater angler to master is the tight line presentation. It’s important, in any saltwater fly fishing situation, that when the fish first sees your fly it’s moving in a lifelike manner. That can’t happen if there...