Bonefish — Getting into the game

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by John Byron You’re giving thought to going on your first bonefish expedition, but you want more information.  You’re in luck — there’s a ton of great advice out there from true experts.  But much of that super info is geared to someone already in the game who...



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,...



Sunday Classic / Respect Thy Tarpon Guide

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I respect tarpon guides a great deal. As a trout guide, I run into many of the same struggles they do on the water, but tarpon guides have to deal with managing them at the extreme level. They spend their days on the water guiding in...



Bonefish Beginner

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By Bob Reece After twenty five years of fly fishing for freshwater species, I recently threw my first casts into salt water.  As is always the case, hindsight is 20/20.  While I had plenty of success, there are several things that I wish I would have done...



Blue Hole Fly-Fishing Setup: Video

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Here’s a simple and incredibly effective setup for catching fish in the blue holes of the Bahamas. I’m not one of those purist who thinks it’s poor form to deviate from my target species. I like to have fun, and for me, catching different kinds of...