Power Your Fly Cast In The Wind: Video

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When casting a fly rod in the wind, technique always trumps power. I work with a lot of anglers who struggle to make a good cast in the wind. It’s primarily a mental challenge. Wind has a way of getting into your head. It can quickly...



Sunday Classic / Dickey’s Tarpon Muddler

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IS THERE ANYTHING MORE SATISFYING THAN CATCHING A FISH ON A FLY THAT YOU TIED YOURSELF? WHAT ABOUT WHEN THAT FISH IS A BIG, LAID UP TARPON? Where going to spend a little time helping you do just that. A couple of my good friends are...



3 Reasons It’s Time to Change Flies

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By Louis Cahill When I looked at this fly, I saw three things wrong—any one of them deserving a fly change. I was fishing with a friend at the January Bonefish School and he made a couple of good presentations that were refused by fish. I asked...



A Short Quick Cast

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By Bruce Chard MANY FLY ANGLERS THINK, IN ORDER TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE SALT, YOU NEED TO HAVE A GREAT DISTANCE CAST. That can be true on a calm day when all fly anglers struggle to add another 5-10ft on their cast. But in reality the...



A thought about bonefish flies

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John Byron I think we’re seeing bonefish flies all wrong. We look at them from the beam most times, side view. Or directly from the bow, dead on the front of the fly.  But that’s not the bonefish’s view.  The properly presented bonefish fly is viewed by its...