Fly Fishing: You Can’t Catch The Fish If You Don’t Make A Cast

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If you've spent any time fly fishing on the saltwater flats, you've surely been in situations where you've had a fish swimming away from you, and you didn't make a cast because you thought it was a "lost cause". I know I've been there plenty...



Sunday Classic / Snap Your Wrist For Line Speed

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THE QUEST FOR LINE SPEED CONTINUES! Today Bruce is going to get a little closer to that fly rod and talk about the roll your wrist plays in fly casting. Watch closely. Bruce has great mussel memory from thousands of hours of casting. Watch the subtlety...



Dicky’s Tarpon Silencer

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WHO'S AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD FLY? On dead calm days in the Florida Keys the silver king can be afraid of his on shadow. I've seen plenty of big tarpon vanish at the sound of the fly landing on the water. As a flats guide,...



Saturday Shoutout / Low Country Lournal

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REDFISH! REDFISH! REDFISH! I just got home from a week of muddy water, high winds and spartina grass on some of the souths best low country. Even though all I can boast about is one good day of fishing, four days of driving and three soggy...



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....