Conch And Beer For Dinner Again?

No comments yet / Posted on / by

By now I’m back from the Bahamas long enough to stop grumbling about the cold but not quite long enough for the line burns to have healed. I’ve done my best to rid the world oh Conch and Kalik but if you can find any...



Strip Set, Dammit!

9 comments / Posted on / by

Quite likely the most frustrating thing for an angler who is new to salt water is the strip set. A dedicated freshwater angler will have thousands of hours of muscle memory to overcome. I did it myself time after time. I'd see a fish eat and...



Sunday Classic / Spooky Permit Tips

1 comment / Posted on / by

Permit in glass calm water. It doesn’t get any tougher than that. I know of no one who know more about permit than my buddy Bruce Chard so I ask him for a tip on making a successful presentation. Here’s his reply. Casting to shallow...



The Need For Speed, Line Speed, That Is

5 comments / Posted on / by

Joel Dickey is one of the most dynamic casters I've ever seen. One of the hallmarks of his dominating casting style is truly awesome line speed. It enables him to shoot massive amounts of line and hit distant targets with accuracy, even in high wind. In...



If The Real Thing Don’t Do The Trick…BARRACUDA!

2 comments / Posted on / by

This toothy monster has saved a lot of slow days on the flats. A lot of anglers will ignore the barracuda and if the game is on with your target species, then, OK. But when things are slow this guy can offer a whole lot...