Fly Fishing: Salt Life Isn’t Always Fair

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MY PREVIOUS FISHING TRIP TO THE SALT REMINDED ME LIFE IS NOT ALWAYS FAIR Wool socks and thermals on, fleece on top of that, buff raised high on the nose, I battened down the hatches on my final layer of protection, my rain jacket and pants....



Saturday Shoutout / The Journal on Andros

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Take a trip to South Andros with the Fly Fish Journal. I ran into these guys at the Congotown airport on their way home. Looks like they had a good week. Watching this video makes me wish I was there now. I'll have to wait until...



Sunday Classic / The Redfish Wiggler

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My buddy Paul Puckett is best known for his beautiful paintings of fish and his funny renderings of celebrity’s holding fish. What you may not know about Paul is that he’s a redfish junky. So much so that he recently moved to Charleston SOuth Carolina...



11 Tips for Spotting Tarpon

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HOW DOES A SIX FOOT LONG FISH VANISH? It's hard to imagine, but they do. Even big schools of tarpon can sneak up on you with surprising regularity. Tarpon fishing is a game of strategy and the earlier you see the fish, the better your chances...



2 Great Hosted Trips For Steelhead and Bonefish

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Gink and Gasoline hosted fishing trips are a great way to make new friends and up your game on the water. I put together several trips a year to fish with G&G readers and share some of the best water I know. They are more...