Cobia on the Fly

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By Owen Plair ONE THING I ABSOLUTELY DESPISE ABOUT THE SPRING IS POLLEN. It seems like every time I wash the skiff, in just a matter of minutes it's tainted by the yellow crap we call a sign of spring. There is one thing, and one thing...



Slack Free Presentation: Video

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In fly-fishing, slack is always the enemy. That’s never more true than when you are fly fishing on saltwater flats. Slack, however, is an ever present fact of life. No matter how good a caster or angler you are there are conditions beyond your control which...



Bahamas Poon

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There’s no such thing as a bad day of flats fishing in the Bahamas. There are however, exceptional days. The G&G hosted trip to Abaco Lodge this March had it’s fair share of exceptional days. We had a great group of anglers, beautiful weather and great...



Making the Best of Bad Conditions

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by Johnny Spillane Saltwater fly fishing is totally dependent on conditions. Recently I flew down to Orlando for the IFTD/ICAST show and I decided to fly in a day early and spend some time in the saltwater with my good friend Scott Harkins, who works for Simms,...



Developing Your Target Picture Means Catching More Fish

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What does skeet shooting have to do with fly fishing? MORE THAN A DAY OF CAST AND BLAST, FOR SURE. Target picture is a term skeet shooters use to describe the visual cue a shooter uses to tell him when to fire. Since the shooter is leading...