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...



12 Tips for Spotting More Bonefish

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So you want to catch a bonefish? To catch a bonefish, one must first see a bonefish, and there's the problem. Bonefish are nearly invisible as any living creature. Their camouflage is almost flawless. Their sides are as bright as a mirror and reflect their surroundings...



4 Tips for Getting Better Hookups With Tarpon

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I can remember like it was yesterday jumping my first big tarpon in the Florida Keys. One hundred plus pounds of fish completely leaping out of the water and crashing down like a free falling Volkswagen Bug. That image will forever be burned into my memory....



Never Give Up on a Bonefish

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WE ALL KNOW THE HEARTBREAK OF SEEING A BIG FISH SPOOK AND RUN WHEN WE MAKE A CAST. Whether its due to a poor presentation, the fish catching sight of us or something completely random and out of our control doesn't matter. The pain is the...