Sunday Classic / Saltwater Fly Fishing: Don’t Get Mad, Get Even

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Five long years had past, since I'd last set foot on a flats boat in the Florida Keys. After my previous trip, I had left the keys vowing to not return, until I was a more capable saltwater fly fisherman. Good news for me, a...



Sunday Classic / Glass and Grass

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This is a sight flats guides love. Those glassy calm mornings during the hot summer months when islands of floating grass stack up along the edges of current seams. When you see it you know something good is about to happen. It's called a shrimp...



3 Bonefish Rods That Won’t Break The Bank

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THESE DAYS THERE ARE A LOT OF GOOD FLY RODS ON THE MARKET AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. With a host of manufacturers committed to offering quality, performance and customer service at a reasonable price, it's a great time to shop for a bargain. While you can't expect all...



Sunday Classic / Joel vs The Shark

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MY GOOD FRIEND JOEL DICKEY WAS NOT RAISED BY WOLVES, BUT YOU MIGHT NOT BELIEVE IT IF YOU'VE EVER SEEN HIM ANGRY. With hair the color of a new penny and bright blue eyes that can be uncomfortably intense at times, the ruddy sun scorched complexion...



Saturday Shoutout / Skiff Republic Talks To Chico Fernandez

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THIS SATURDAY MARSHAL CUTCHIN SITS DOWN WITH ONE OF THE TRUE GREATS IN FLY FISHING, CHICO FERNANDEZ. Chico talks about how he got started fly fishing as a boy in Cuba and how he, and the sport, have evolved. He shares insights into the nature of...